Megyn Kelly of Fox News drilled DNC Chairwomen Donna Brazile over the Wikileak’s email revealing that she received debate questions “in advance” for Hillary Clinton, presumably so that she could prepare a rehearsed answer prior to being asked a question on live TV.
As Megan Kelly asked her about the Wikileaks email showing her blatantly stating she receives debate questions in advance, Brazile was quick to dismiss the charge, deflect the question and finally playing the “persecution” card. What seems to be a common ploy for any Democrat caught in a lie or devious behavior is to completely disregard the issue, instead claiming that they are only being attacked because of their race, gender, immigration status or gender.
Donna Brazile must have been briefed on the deflection tactic, as she used a new method of denial called the “persecuted Christian” card. I wish Obama or anyone in the government would have pulled the “persecuted Christian” card before, and used it to stop the slaughter of Christians in the Middle East by ISIS, as it’s estimated over 7,000 have been killed last year alone.
Here is a transcript of Donna Brazile’s response to Megyn Kelly:
“I did not receive any questions from CNN, let’s just be very clear.”
“First of all what information are you providing to me that will let me see what you are talking about?”
“As a Christian woman I understand persecution, but I will not sit here and be persecuted because your information is totally false.”
“Podesta’s emails were stolen. You’re like the thief that wants to bring into the night what you found in the gutter.”
“I am not going to try to validate falsified information. I have my documents, I have my files.”
Brazile compares Megyn Kelly to a “thief” who wants to bring into the night what they found in “the gutter”, implying that no one should be outraged by her underhanded actions as revealed by her own words in the released emails, but instead the rage should be directed at Wikileaks, who actually made public her sins.
Remember, if it’s a Democrat who committed a crime or foul deed, it’s always some else’s fault.