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Brock Justifies Clinton’s Foreign Cash: ‘It Was a Global Initiative’

Saturday on CNN’s “Smerconish,” Media Matters founder David Brock, a supporter of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, discussed the allegations of improprieties regarding the Clinton Foundation, in particular accepting donations from foreign governments that were lobbying for favorable treatment by the United States while Clinton was secretary of state.


Hillary Clinton Disowns Super PAC Started By Her Buddy

“Well I don’t know anything about what you’re saying. I have no knowledge of what they’re doing,” Clinton said on PBS Newshour of the pro-Clinton super PAC Correct the Record, which is run by Hillary Clinton operative and Media Matters founder David Brock. Clinton was trying to distance herself from the PAC because it is generating headlines for hammering her rivals Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden with opposition research.


Brock, Scarborough Spar Over Clinton Emails, Hosts Laugh at Brock

On Monday, Media Matters and Correct the Record founder and author of “Killing the Messenger,” David Brock sparred with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host and former GOP Congressman Joe Scarborough over Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails, during which Brock was


Clinton Camp Goes to War with New York Times

Longtime Clinton hit man David Brock and his Lloyd-Bridges-sniffed-the-glue hair have unleashed hell on The New York Times. According to Politico on Thursday, “Brock’s war against the New York Times just went nuclear – and the paper is responding with equal fury.”

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Brock: I’d Be Upset If I Was Hillary

Media Matters CEO and Chairman David Brock said that he would be “angry” if he was Hillary Clinton on Thursday’s “Ed Show” on MSNBC. After host Ed Schultz asked Brock if Hillary was “fuming inside” over the controversy regarding her e-mails,


Hillary Clinton’s Long History of Hiding Documents

It doesn’t matter. That’s what some in the media have insisted about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s decision to use her own private server and email address to avoid public scrutiny for her entire tenure. David Brock, wild-haired henchman

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