Hillary Clinton Campaign Ropes Reporters Behind Line At Parade | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hillary Clinton Campaign Ropes Reporters Behind Line At Parade

Clinton marched in a Fourth of July parade in Gorham, New Hampshire, trailed by a band of supporters waving signs and separated by a long rope from the pack of journalists that followed.

"I'll tell you what — we need to get a Democratic president," Clinton told one woman along the parade route, who asked about the health care overhaul. "I'm going to not only defend it, I'm going to make it even better."

One man who carried a sign that read, "Benghazi" also followed the candidate. Alluding to her time representing New York in the Senate, he screamed repeatedly, "Carpetbagger!"

Another man on the route yelled, "What about Benghazi? What about the emails?"

Clinton smiled broadly, shaking hands and stopping for quick photos. At one point, she posed for a photo with two New Hampshire beauty pageant contestants, who playfully flexed their biceps.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF Hillary's team is doing this to prevent reporters from talking to her in the primaries, what will happen to First Amendment freedoms if she gets elected?

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