The very same outlet that wrote a hit piece on President Trump last week will be hosting a virtual “festival” for Hillary Clinton next week.
BizPac Review reports:
The Atlantic, whose editor wrote a widely debunked hit piece last week claiming President Donald Trump said disparaging things about American war dead and the late Sen. John McCain, is sponsoring a “festival” featuring a litany of Left-wing figures.
The event scheduled for September 21 to 24 will feature the twice-failed presidential candidate as she discusses the political landscape ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
In one fell swoop, @realDonaldTrump turned Hillary Clinton from a Sec of State with every chance to be historic first female President, into a ranty vlogger making Alex Jones look sedate pic.twitter.com/141Ffyeu1U
— Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) September 6, 2020
“In 1857, The Atlantic was founded to explicate and illuminate the American idea. That mission is as urgent today as it was then,” the Atlantic said in a description of the event.
“Join us as we examine the magnitude of the events of 2020, who we are as a nation, and what we might become. The Atlantic’s marquee festival will bring brave thinking and bold ideas to life with four days of can’t-miss conversations, evening headliners, and more,” it adds.
BizPac Review reports the line-up of speakers includes anti-Trump politicians and members of the media:
Some of the speakers joining Clinton are:
— The magazine’s editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg, who wrote last week’s controversial story;
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— Actress and TBS host Samantha Bee, who once referred to first daughter Ivanka Trump as a “feckless c**t”;
— Chesa Boudin, the San Francisco district attorney whose parents were members of the domestic terrorist organization Weather Underground, and who has refused to prosecute a number of crimes;
— Larry Krasner, the district attorney for Philadelphia who was backed by billionaire sedition sponsor George Soros;
— Larry Hogan, the anti-Trump Republican governor of Maryland;
— Rachel Scott, ABC News’ White House correspondent;
— U.S. Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-Texas);
— Stephanie Ruhle, MSNBC host and NBC News business correspondent;
— Ethan Hawke, actor