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Hillary Clinton Equates Unfriendly Media to Cows
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Nov 26, 2014, 08:58 PM

$ 1Acattleclinton.jpgFormer U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is saying "moo" to reporters who fail to write propaganda stories to support her bid for the White House. She refused to invite a Washington Free Beacon reporter to a press conference, because it was not a "cattle call." 

According to Fox News, "Pro-Clinton Super PAC Ready for Hillary will be walking a delicate legal tightrope in the coming months as it prepares to transfer some of its most valuable resources to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, campaign finance experts tell the Washington Free Beacon."

A Clinton spokeswoman is quoted as saying that, "this is not a cattle call" when asked why Free Beacon reporters were dis-invited to the 'Ready for Hillary' strategy session. 

As reported by Fox News, "While the strategy meetings were closed to reporters, Ready for Hillary staffers and surrogates held question-and-answer sessions throughout the day with a select group of journalists. The Washington Free Beacon was not allowed to attend the briefings."

Hillary Clinton is an expert on cattle, she earned over $100,000 in a Cattle Futures trade in the early 1990s, when she was employed as a lawyer in Little Rock, Ark. defending clients who were accussed of making illicit Futures trades.

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