MRCTV Questions Bill Clinton On His Double Standard on Recall Elections

Asking the questions the liberal media won't ask, our good friend Joe Schoffstall of MRCTV caught up with Bill Clinton in Milwaukee today and asked him to defend his unqualified support of the recall effort to oust Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) from office given Clinton's previous opposition to recall elections in September 2003.

Back then, Clinton worried that tossing out Gov. Gray Davis (D) -- who had just been reelected the year prior -- would make California a "laughingstock" and would herald the "beginning of a circus in America where we just throw people out as soon as they make a tough decision." [video of Joe's interaction with Clinton juxtaposed with 2003 Clinton remarks follows page break]

Ken Shepherd
Ken Shepherd
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