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Hillary Movie? Reince Priebus and The Republican Party Has Become a Dry-Heave
Americans have lost the contents of their stomachs again over the latest round of verbal garbage coming from the Republican National Party's Chairman, Reince Priebus .
When the Party of all White People booted former RNC chairman, Michael Steele and replaced him with this 'puke', the move fit perfectly with the philosophy that this party has had toward minorities, Blacks, Hispanics, Women and rights for American workers.
If you've ever wondered why Hollywood depicts the Republican Party as the villains in movies such as, "An American President" and the Democrats as on the side of real people, look no further than Reince Priebus.
Priebus is threatening to filibuster NBC's and CNN's coverage of the next Presidential debates if NBC makes a movie about Hillary Clinton's life.
Americans are asking ourselves, "What good has the Republican Party done for the American People?" Ever!
They have fought against every effort to help Americans by using the power of the Federal and State governments.
They are against government. They are against people.
Every problem we have in the United States is being caused by the GOP.
And the latest whining by the Party's Chairman is an reflection of this party's willingness to obstruct everything that they see as different than what they agree with. Congress's pathetic performance is due to GOP obstructionism.
Erin Burnett interviews the RNC Chairman over why he feels the way he does about the new Hillary documentary by NBC's entertainment division.
Here's a news flash for Reince Priebus.
It's about the money and capitalism. Are Republicans now against that too? .
ERIN BURNETT: "You know, and let me just start, obviously, this is CNN. So, you know, you're on CNN. I work for CNN.
Here at CNN, the program that we're talking about come from the CNN Films division.
Not the news arm that I'm an employee of, and obviously at NBC, I know it's a similar idea. What's your specific problem with the films?
REINCE PRIEBUS, RNC CHAIRMAN: Well, you know, I just think that groups like NBC and CNN that are in the business of news ought to take into consideration the fact that if you want to actually moderate and produce a debate that chooses a nominee for president on the Republican side of the aisle, that it would be reasonable to have the chairman of the party say hang on a second.
You ought not be doing feature films or documentaries and mini-series about what we know to be a very likely candidate that is running on the Democratic side of the aisle.
Look, CNN and NBC can do what they want to do. That's their right.
But it is also my right, Erin, as chairman of the party to say if you go forward with this, then I'm going to choose not to include you in the debate process and the moderating of our primary debates in our party."
The GOP has become a dry-heave. (unless you're a rich guy, corporation, or a FOX News viewer)
Then you're 'fine' with their stupidity. The rest of us want to puke.