Skip to comments.New Ad Fights Back Against MSNBC Whitewash Of Bill Clinton
Posted on 02/20/2011 8:35:42 PM PST by TribalPrincess2U
Conservative political action committee exposes true legacy behind Clinton years
The National Republican Trust political action committee has a new strategic ad that it plans to run during the MSNBC broadcast of Chris Matthews misleading documentary, President of the World, a biased look at former President Bill Clinton set to air Monday, Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. eastern.
Scott Wheeler, executive director of GOP Trust, has stated in interviews and press releases that the documentary is no more than a propaganda piece aimed to advance the radical agenda of Anti-American progressives.
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Im not going to worry about it.
If it airs on MSNBC it is only going to be seen by 10 viewers and those ten were in the bag of Clintoon already.
On the other hand the adds will have a certain positive effect.
The adds will probably make the MSNBC viewers’ heads explode.
The National Republican Trust ad will expose highly classified technological secrets sold by Clinton to Communist China that include: stealth technology, the J20 Fighter, radiation hardened nuclear chips, advance space technology, missile technology and multiple re-entry warhead technology.
As for Chris and Bill, what a pair of clinically narcissistic old has-beens who still wanna be--wannabe's.
Any image of Bill Clinton is PORN to Chris Matthews.
That is excellent. That is exactly what that traitor trash buffoon should be remembered for.
I remember Billy Dale being framed by the Clintons for three years before the jury exonerated him in 45 minutes.
I remember Bill Clinton having oral sex with Monica Lewinsky while Hillary and Chelsea Clinton waited for him to have their Easter Sunday picture taken.
I don’t remember any good things about the Clintons.
The ad is great, but I’ll eat my hat if MSNBC actually lets it air during Matthews Clinton love-fest show.
Always whitewash with whitewater.
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