Take a look at this hit piece right here.
Here's an excerpt:
Hillary Clinton stopped at a bio-diesel plant in Newton, Iowa earlier this week to see alternative fuels in the making and drive home the week's campaign theme of her energy plan. After a tour, the candidate took questions from the crowd.
She called on a young woman. "As a young person," said the well-spoken Muriel Gallo-Chasanoff, "I'm worried about the long-term effects of global warming. How does your plan combat climate change?"
"Well, you should be worried," Clinton replied. "You know, I find as I travel around Iowa that it's usually young people that ask me about global warming."
There's a good reason for that, too. The question was a plant, totally rigged in advance, like a late-night infomercial. Just before the public forum a Clinton staffer had chosen the young woman, a student at Grinnell College, and asked her to ask that specific question.
Trouble is, the young woman told others and today her account showed up on the Grinnell website, including mention that the staffer signaled Clinton who to call on.
There is a lot of misinformation going around today about this story. People claim that Hillary herself planted this reporter, others say she had no knowledge of it, but it was a member of her campaign staff. It is the opinion of the staff of Vote for Hillary Online that these are minor details and everyone is missing the big picture: It is not illegal to plant reporters or have people ask certain questions during a press conference. There is nothing wrong at all in doing this. Hillary wanted to make her point on climate change clear, and a good way to do this was to have someone else bring this up. There is nothing wrong with this - please do not allow yourself to become brainwashed by the mainstream media that there is something unethical going on here.
I have a message to all the Hillary Clinton supporters who e-mailed me about this story: if you were out doing grassroots campaign work, you wouldn't have even heard of this story so the fact that you had the time to e-mail us shows you're not working hard enough. I got an e-mail from Greg Thompson last night and he spent 10 hours in the parking lot of a popular shopping mall, putting bumper stickers on cars, spreading the good word. You think he gets all worked up over silly stories like this? Again, I must stress - focus on the big picture, which is taking back America. Hope, prosperity, patriotism. I want to be proud to be an American again. I think we all do. Let's see how much we can promote Hillary today. Remember - nothing happens without a grassroots effort.
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