This is not political conjecture. She is a proven, verifiable> liar. She lied about:
- the Irish peace process
- her vote in favor of the Iraq war
- her reason for illegally using a personal email server
- her family being dead broke when they left the White House
- landing under sniper fire in Bosnia
- Chelsea's whereabouts on 9/11
- Benghazi… and the list goes on.
During her unsuccessful 2008 primary contest, Hillary sought to "prove" her physical courage by repeatedly claiming that she had braved sniper fire in Tuzla during the war in Bosnia. As she stated on one occasion, "I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base."
When news footage emerged clearly showing no sniper fire or even a whiff of threatening activity as Hillary Clinton emerged from her aircraft, it became clear that the aspiring presidential hopeful had flat-out fabricated the story of her heroism under fire out of whole cloth. Caught in a lie, Mrs. Clinton claimed that because she was fatigued from the rigors of a long campaign she had merely "misspoke." In my view, her oft-repeated epoch of contrived courage was too specific to be a case of misspeaking, but is a clear indication of Hillary Clinton's capacity for engaging in untruths as a matter of political expediency.
when the 3am phone call came from. An investigation into the 2012 attacks on the U.S. facility in Benghazi, Libya has learned that Hillary didn't try to prevent the attacks.
has put her under pressure for using a private address and email server rather than government systems. An investigation is demanding that Hillary turn over her private emails which may prove why she did nothing to stop the Benghazi attacks on the US embassy that took the lives of Ambassador Stevens and others.
during the presidency of Bill Clinton and during her own presidency. A prime example is what happened at the very end of the Bill Clinton presidency, when a series of questionable presidential pardons were granted that were so outrageously incongruent, the whole episode came to be known as "Pardongate." Among the rogues gallery of pardon recipients courtesy of President Clinton were four convicted swindlers from the town of New Square in Rockland County, New York. The largely Hassidic community of New Square voted for Hillary Clinton in her 2000 senatorial campaign in overwhelming numbers, at the behest of community leaders. Shortly after her successful senate campaign, Hillary Clinton joined her husband for a private White House meeting with supporters of the convicted New Square swindlers.
The most important vote Hillary Clinton cast during her two terms as United States senator from New York was undoubtedly Senate Joint Resolution 45, which authorized President George W. Bush to unleash military force against Iraq at any time, without further consultation with Congress, let alone a declaration of war. The disastrous impact of that hideous example of strategic miscalculation is still with us, witnessed by the tectonic convulsions ripping the Arab world, and the rise of the Islamic State, which emerged out of the caldron created by the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.
At the time of her vote in favor of instigating America's war in Iraq, Hillary Clinton boasted that her decision was based on "careful consideration." If this calamitous decision is the best that Hillary Clinton is capable of, that alone should raise serious questions about her suitability to serve as America's Commander-in-Chief.
In 2008, support of the Iraq war was the key ingredient that led to Hillary Clinton's defeat at the hands of Barack Obama. However, as 2016 approaches, collective amnesia clouds much of America's political landscape.
And laughed about it. If you don’t know this story, you need to. Read all about it. I repeat. She defended a child rapist… and laughed about it.
from foreign governments. While serving as Secretary of State, The Clinton Foundation (illegally) accepted boatloads of cash from countries that fund Hamas, harbor terrorists, suppress women, and regularly execute gays and lesbians. Conflict of interest much?
(Although, given his track record, he may not have meant what he said about her being an “excellent choice” for President.) Ask your friends if they’re better off now than they were six years ago. Ask your friends if they like the direction the country is headed. If they answer “yes,” then they might actually legitimately like Hillary. But if they want some serious hope and change, they can’t vote for more of the same.
over her hubby’s sexual harassment, misogyny and overall perpetuation of “rape culture“. She referred to these victims as “trailer trash” and even went so far as to threaten one of the victims in person.
Despite her campaign slogan, she is definitely not just like you. Hillary Clinton was married to a President, had a personal chef, jets around in a environment polluting aircraft, has sent her daughter exclusively to private schools, and makes about $200K for every speaking engagement. Is she like you and your middle-class neighbors with their private jet out back?
As a role model for her daughter, Chelsea, Hillary accepted her husband's lies and cheating and she accepted the marriage of Chelsea to the Jewish "bankster" son of scamming ex-convict crook Ed Mezvinsky. Mezvinsky served five years in prison and was branded a ‘one-man crime wave’ by prosecutors in a $14 million scam. The Clinton's have a long history of keeping company with crooks and pardoning them. Their daughter is no different.
Despite having Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein as an investor and being Bill and Hillary Clinton's son-in-law, Chelsea's husband Marc Mezvinsky (and two former colleagues from Goldman Sachs who manage Eaglevale Partners hedge fund) told investors in a letter sent this year that they had been "incorrect" on Greece, helping produce losses for the firm’s main fund during two of the past three years. By 'incorrect' Chelsea Clinton's husband means the Eaglevale fund focus on Greece lost a stunning 48% last yearand, as The Wall Street Journal reports, is impacting the overall returns of the roughly $400 million fund which has spent 27 of its 34 months in operation below its "high-water mark." Hmmmmm. Who pocketed the losses????