In other news, Clinton aide Huma Abedin was interviewed by the Select Benghazi Committee during a closed-door session today, however almost no one from the committee showed up. Not even Chairman Trey Gowdy was present.
Meanwhile, staying on the subject of Trey Gowdy -- it appears the chairman has a history of skipping interviews unless they directly revolve around Hillary Clinton. I'm sure there's no political reason for that, right?
And finally, senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was asked to reconcile his anti-immigrant rhetoric with the bible and this is how he responded.
“The fact that we lock our doors doesn’t mean we hate our next door neighbors,” he said, before going on to discuss his support for securing the borders and preventing undocumented immigrants from getting into the United States. Cruz also pointed out that he is the son of a “legal immigrant” and that we should continue to welcome legal immigrants.
“We are a loving, generous, welcoming country,” the Texas senator said.
We are a loving, generous, welcoming country, now get the fuck out you freeloaders.
Have a good weekend.