Captive media talking heads push Hillary’s spin on her health

We are at a high point in the annals of media manipulation when it comes to the vital question of Hillary Clinton’s health.  The stakes could not be higher from Hillary’s point of view.  She has waited her turn, deferring to the voters and the superior status of black Americans in the hierarchy of victims in 2008, and now the small matter of collapsing in public threatens to ruin her image.

It will take a lot of suggestion to overcome the chilling sight of her collapsing in the arms of assistants as she entered an SUV, all the more vivid because the media were kept at bay and only an amateur with a smart phone was there to capture to incident.

So the Brooklyn Brain Trust put their heads together, ginned up a focus group or two, and came up with the words “power through” as the best antidote to worries about her frailty.

The following video identifies the media figures and talking heads who submitted themselves to the control of the campaign.  Those who work for news organizations can be considered Democrat operatives with bylines, to cite Glenn Reynolds’s artful expression.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman

We are at a high point in the annals of media manipulation when it comes to the vital question of Hillary Clinton’s health.  The stakes could not be higher from Hillary’s point of view.  She has waited her turn, deferring to the voters and the superior status of black Americans in the hierarchy of victims in 2008, and now the small matter of collapsing in public threatens to ruin her image.

It will take a lot of suggestion to overcome the chilling sight of her collapsing in the arms of assistants as she entered an SUV, all the more vivid because the media were kept at bay and only an amateur with a smart phone was there to capture to incident.

So the Brooklyn Brain Trust put their heads together, ginned up a focus group or two, and came up with the words “power through” as the best antidote to worries about her frailty.

The following video identifies the media figures and talking heads who submitted themselves to the control of the campaign.  Those who work for news organizations can be considered Democrat operatives with bylines, to cite Glenn Reynolds’s artful expression.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman