FICTION, 1965-1971: Hogan’s Heroes – Wikipedia
John Banner played the bungling sergeant-of-the-guard in the POW camp, Hans Schultz.
When Schultz is confronted by blatant evidence of the prisoners’ clandestine activities, he will simply look the other way, repeating “I hear nothing, I see nothing, I know nothing!;” or, more commonly as the series went on, simply “I see nothing–NOTHING!” (of course, pronounced as nnah think, nnah THINK).
Well of course in this scenario it is WE who have to ignore the blatant facts, while it is Hillary who relies on her shop-worn decades-long tactic of not knowing, not remembering anything that might incriminate her in the eyes of a jury of our peers. (Her peers have long given her a pass; her “gender identity” trumps everything.)
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This tactic works so well, it’d been taught to her minions:
189 Times In 7 Hours: Cheryl Mills Did Not Know or Did Not Recall almost everything about Hillary e-mail scandal
One would think that a poor memory like that would be reason enough to doubt her suitability for a job as demanding a President of the US, but of course that is just a sexist remark, isn’t it? I wonder whether Queen Elizabeth I., British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher or Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (to cite a few women worthy of being held up as role models) ever suffered from a conveniently selective memory as our Hillary has, for decades.