Calling Hillary Clinton’s remarks comparing Republicans to “terrorists”, and their policies to Nazi’s deportation of Jews to concentration camps “unhinged” and “the hyperbole of desperation”, Adam Goodman observed her attempt to “ignore, deflect and attack” to get over her current troubles is inviting now Joe Biden into the Democratic race.
Goodman, appearing on The O’Reilly Factor with host Eric Bolling and former Democratic Senator/New College Professor Jeff Smith, described what the controversy meant in both political and imaging terms.
“She’s flailing in message, and falling in the polls…upside down in believability, upside down in likability, and increasingly upside down in inevitability”, Goodman said tonight, adding that at a time when Americans are looking for “real and genuine”, Hillary instead is serving up “deceit and dishonesty”.
Referring to her comments alluding to how GOP policy on immigration is akin to Nazi deportations during the Second World War, Goodman fought back: “Can you imagine what that (comment) means to Jews here and across the world”?
Watch the complete segment here.