Harry Reid was being interviewed by CNN’s Manu Raju, when Raju began to ask Harry Reid about Hillary’s rapid drop in the polls. He told Reid that Hillary was dropping in the polls and he wanted to know what Reid thought she should do to reverse the slide. Reid went off like a firecracker insisting that every single poll is flawed and that Hillary was winning by a large margin. Funny, he believed the polls when they showed Hillary way ahead. But you have to remember that everything Reid says is a lie and that includes “the” and “and”.
Raju kept trying to get back to the subject but Reid kept interrupting him. You have to excuse Harry because he is a minority. He is the first cyclops to ever do disservice in the Senate.
From The Free Beacon:
“You listen to me,” Reid said, “You keep going back to your numbers. Your numbers are not fair. They’re not reliable.”
When Raju asked Reid if Democrats are starting to get nervous because of the tightening poll numbers, the senator attacked the “cheap polls.”
“They’re tightening because people like the ones you work for get these cheap polls that they can keep making news on,” he said.
Raju hit back, saying that Reid uses time on the Senate floor for pedalling politics, not doing business.
“I mean, you’ve been going after him on the Senate floor where there’s supposed to be business done in the United States Senate,” he said. “You did the same against Mitt Romney in 2012. Is it okay for the Senate minority leader to use the Senate floor to overtly campaign against a presidential candidate?”
Reid said he has an obligation as a leader in the Democratic Party to “point out things that are wrong.”