The Clinton campaigns go to phrase to describe criticism is "discredited"

The Hill:

Clinton campaign: Benghazi report filled with 'discredited conspiracy theories'

The campaign and the Clinton supporting media use this phrase rather than respond to the facts.  It is a way to avoid answering questions.  It appears to be a well-coordinated response which many in the media also use rather than doing their job.

It was used recently about the book "Clinton Cash" which has not been discredited, but which the Clinton camp and their media supporters would like for voters to believe it is discredited.  It is all-purpose phrases used to avoid dealing with allegations of corruption by Hillary Clinton.

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