How Partisans Are Covering the Trump-Clinton Race
By: Bill O'ReillyMay 10, 2016
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Donald Trump will be with us shortly, but no matter what I say to him or he says to me, anti-Trump people will condemn the interview unless of course I call him a racist, sexist or any other "ist" that the left embraces.

But it's not only crazy liberals who are distorting the presidential race.

Writing in The Hill newspaper a guy named Matt Mackowiak, who formerly worked for President Bush the younger, says that I, your humble correspondent, worship at the altar of Trump.

Who knew?

O'REILLY: “Are you getting mad at guys like me when I ask you the negative questions?”

TRUMP: “Well I think you have become very negative.  I do think …”

O'REILLY: “Me?”

TRUMP: “Yes.”

O'REILLY: “Why?  Why would I do that?”

TRUMP: “I don't know, who knows.  You have to ask your psychiatrist.”

O’REILLY: (laughs)

TRUMP: “But I think you have become very negative.”

O’REILLY: “Toward you?”

TRUMP: “Yeah.”

Mr. Trump's disenchantment in March was echoed by just about every other candidate at one time or another, as we ask the toughest questions we can think of.

It is clear that The Hill newspaper needs to reevaluate its columnists, that is if it values honesty at all.

Now the reason for this garbage is hatred.

For example, if you are not willing to convict Hillary Clinton of crimes over the email situation, then you are not worthy even though only the FBI knows what the evidence will show.

Also, if you make true statements about the candidates, you will be attacked.

Because partisans don't want to hear the truth:

O’REILLY“Here is what Mr. Bernie wants to do.  Destroy Wall Street and the big banks.  Provide each American with free healthcare -- kind of. ((EDIT)) The list of Sanders' freebies is endless.  The unintended consequences are simple -- a bankrupt nation.  The nearly $20 trillion debt would double under a Sanders administration.”

After I said that, condemnation rolled in.

But yesterday, as reported in the Washington Post, two new studies showed that Bernie Sanders would run up $18 trillion in debt over a decade with all his endless entitlements.

So once again, I told the truth and got hammered for it.

But read my lips, I don't care.

There is blatant dishonesty in the partisan ranks.  Unfortunately they have access and can spew their garbage without challenge.

Shame on you Hill newspaper.  Shame on you rank partisans.

And that's the memo.