Hillary is a Progressive…oh, no wait….she’s a moderate.
She was caught lying about what she is. She must have forgotten that we now have videos to check her credibility.
The recent Quinnipiac poll noted that the words most commonly associated with Hillary Clinton were untrustworthy, liar, criminal, and dishonest. Mediate wrote a lengthy article just today about how that doesn’t tell the whole story but maybe it does. A week doesn’t go by where she isn’t saying something that isn’t true.
She started fresh in this new administration. Her Whitewater testimony that everyone believed was a lie was in the past; her invented story about ducking sniper fire in Bosnia was a distant memory; and the new generation had no idea that she threatened Juanita Broaddrick to remain silent over her rape allegation against husband Bill, who up until then was merely a philanderer.
The real Hillary is back. Her accomplishments include a failed Russian reset, support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Libya, the destruction of Libya, hiding her emails from the American public while foreign entities most assuredly read them.
As part of her reacquainting herself to the media and the public, she made campaign announcements about being a champion of the common folk, said she was going to mingle with common folk on a trip to Iowa, and then stayed hidden in a van with darkened windows, making occasional appearances with a staged audience.
Refusing to give interviews made her look inept and when she did speak, she came off just plain mean. Then her campaign announced that she was going to be spontaneous and humorous. Immediately after that announcement last week, she went on Ellen DeGeneres’ show and chatted with a cute child, danced, told jokes and appeared as if she had planned her new-found spontaneity.
The New York Times columnist William Safire once called her “a congenital liar.” Hillary the congenital liar is back and it’s hurting her badly in the polls. She is down by double digits in Iowa and New Hampshire. Down is the only direction her numbers have gone in the last two months in those states. Last time she was down in New Hampshire, two presidential elections ago, she cried over wanting to do what’s right for the country and won the state primary. She tried crying the other day over her late mother but it didn’t seem to work.
As a governor’s wife, she lied about Whitewater, Travelgate, and even how she was bribed with $100,000.
Now she doesn’t even seem to worry about her sketchy record of deals with foreign entities who turned around and hired her husband to speak at exorbitant rates. She even helped sell-off 25% of the U.S. uranium to the Russians as part of one deal.
Right after her performance in the first Fox News debate, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina faced off with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, an angry Chris Matthews, over her use of the word “liar” to describe Hillary Clinton.
He asked her to explain why she called Hillary a liar several times. Fiorina said, “Because it’s true.”
Matthews wanted to know where she lied so Fiorina said, “By any standard common-sense measure, Hillary Clinton has lied, about Benghazi, about her emails and about her server.”
The debate went on and on and it didn’t go well for Hillary. Matthews lost the match.
When a presidential candidate has articles being run by Politico asking if she can overcome the “liar factor” and when the FBI is investigating whether or not she compromised national security, it’s amazing her poll numbers are as high as they are.
Even when she finally sat down with a reporter for an interview after months of avoiding them, she said she was not subpoenaed – that was a lie.
Clinton declared emphatically in an interview with CNN’s Brianna Keilar, “You know, you’re starting with so many assumptions that are — I’ve never had a subpoena . . . Let’s take a deep breath here.”
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), chair of the committee investigating the Obama administration’s response to the Benghazi attack, promptly produced a copy of the subpoena.
What is really surprising is that after all these years, and with all that experience, she still can’t lie well, though it hasn’t seemed to hurt her until now.