Clinton Media Attacks Prove Marital Telepathy

The proverbial “they” say that married couples eventually look, dress and speak alike. And the Clintons are no exception.

Both Bill and Hillary took on the media in separate appearances this week, hoping that the general public will feel bad and vote Clinton during today’s primaries. The happy couple even used the same argument:

Bill Clinton echoed statements Hillary herself made in the past few days, verifying that attacking the media has now become a Clinton campaign talking point.

“Every time you turn on the television and you listen one of those people dissing her, they all have a college degree, they’ve all got a new job, they’ve all got healthcare, and they’re not going broke putting filling up their gas tank,” said Bill Clinton.

Just two days before, Hillary Clinton told a crowd in Mayfield, Ky., “All those people on TV who are telling you and everybody else that this race is over and I should just be, you know, graceful and say ‘Oh it’s over’ even though I’ve won more votes. Those are all people who have a job. Those are all people who have healthcare. Those are all people who can afford to send their kids to college. Those are all people who can pay whatever is charged at the gas pump.”