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Annoying Phrases, Pt 3

Here’s another from Jay Molyneaux:

My pet deceptive phrase in Mrs. Clinton’s oft spoken of “vast right wing conspiracy.” Given that a conspiracy is a secret undertaking by a small, secretive group of people to accomplish some unlawful act, it would follow then that vastness would not be a component. It must then be also true that there be an unlawful end which is the reason for the conspiracy. What unlawful acts has Mrs. Clinton pointed out as the subject of this nefarious group of fanatics? Perhaps bring to public attention her husband’s serial adultery? Making known his alleged assaults on women? Or is the phrase just another attempt by a totalitarian socialist to obscure and avoid discourse on facts? Methinks the latter.

Kelley Dupuis sounded a similar note:

How about “vast, right-wing conspiracy?” It isn’t just misleading and inaccurate, it’s a LIE!!!! (I’m still trying to figure out how Hillary Clinton got away with saying this on television and going completely unchallenged.)

So am I.

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