Curt Schilling Calls Out Hiding Hillary: She’s Lying About Her Own Lies

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 27: Former ESPN Analyst Curt Schilling talks about his ESPN dismissal and politics during SiriusXM's Breitbart News Patriot Forum hosted by Stephen K. Bannon and co-host Alex Marlow at the SiriusXM Studio on April 27, 2016 in New York, New York. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty …
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Baseball legend Curt Schilling is calling Hillary Clinton out into the public square to answer for her alleged crimes and falsehoods.

Schilling, a member of the World Series champion 2004 Boston Red Sox, appeared on this week’s “Breitbart News Sunday” on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 to dig into Hillary Clinton.

“You don’t do a press conference because you don’t want to be asked the questions you don’t want to answer. Period. There’s no other reason,” Schilling said. It has now been 260 days since Clinton held a press conference.

Schilling said:

She doesn’t want to have to address the Clinton Foundation, which is basically a giant money-laundering scheme. She doesn’t want to have to address Benghazi. She doesn’t want to have to address calling the families of murdered men, whose lives she was responsible for, liars. She doesn’t want to have to address the FBI findings. She’s lying about lies she’s told to cover lies she’s told.

“There are very few media outlets, very few media places, where you can get an objective story anymore. The slant and the skew has gone so left, so progressive, so liberal. I think the scary part is that they are no longer trying to hide it. That tells me that they’re counting on ignorance, stupidity, and apathy from the constituents and the voters of this country,” Schilling said.

“It’s every bit the Hillary Clinton mode, which is, I can say anything I want, because, first of all, I’m not going to be held accountable, and second of all, people don’t really care that much about the things I say or do.”

“To some degree, I think Fox is complicit as well,” he added.

Schilling said that running for Senate in Massachusetts against Elizabeth Warren is “something that I’m thinking about, something that I’m considering,” giving hope to the Scott Brown supporters still angry about Brown’s 2012 loss to Warren, who pretended to be an American Indian to advance her academic career. Schilling is not pleased with Warren’s staunch defense of Clinton.

“I’m as sick of the extreme left as I am of the extreme right,” the baseball legend said.