CBS was caught editing Charlie Rose’s interview with former President Bill Clinton, about Hillary’s health. (Start at 0:38) and you can hear the EDITED version.
Bill Clinton sat down with CBS’s Charlie Rose on Monday to try to clear the air around questions regarding his wife’s health after she collapsed while getting into a van at a 9/11 memorial ceremony on Sunday.
“Well, if it is, then it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors,” Bill Clinton said when Rose asked him if Hillary Clinton was simply dehydrated or if the situation was more serious. “Frequently — well, not frequently, rarely, on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing’s happened to her when she got severely dehydrated, and she’s worked like a demon, as you know, as secretary of State, as a senator and in the year since.”
But the “CBS Evening News” version cut Clinton’s use of “frequently” out. And a review by The Hill of the official transcript released by the network shows that Clinton saying “Frequently — well, not frequently,” is omitted as well.”
The CBS excuse for completely changing the context from FREQUENTLY TO RARELY, with their editing , was explained as they edited to fit time constraints. More media lying – and as CBS is part of the liberal media, in the tank for Hillary, this edit was obviously to help Hillary.
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“Well, if it is, then it’s a mystery to me and all of her doctors,” Bill said when Rose asked if Hillary was simply dehydrated or if the situation was more serious. … and she’s worked like a demon, as you know, as secretary of State, as a senator and in the year since.”
You’ll LB, forgive me for taking some license in parsing the provided Clintonspeak?
“Well, if it is, then it’s a mystery.”
Seems to me I remember Bill Clinton having a go at explaining, most helpfully, to the nation about how that pesky little word can frequently … well rarely hmmm, … maybe I ought to go with infrequently … anyway is can be a problematic definition.
” … and she’s worked like a demon … ”
I can’t argue with those words. No. No mystery at all with what “like a demon [is]” is.
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