Irony of Ironies: Hillary Talks “Trump’s Lies”
As you could expect, the Clinton campaign staff is working the press ahead of Monday’s Presidential debate. Their current talking points take aim at Trump “showing a clear pattern of repeating provably false lies:”
Debates are about each candidate laying out their vision for America, not making things up.
Donald Trump has shown a clear pattern of repeating provably false lies and hoping no one corrects him.
Voters and viewers should keep track: Any candidate who tells this many lies clearly can’t win the debate on the merits…
was what Hillary’s campaign said on a phone conference they set up with reporters this week.
We couldn’t let this pass without remarking on the clear pattern of “repeating provably false lies” Hillary Clinton has demonstrated over the past 30+ years she’s been in the public eye. Most Arkansans will remember, back in the day, the lies surrounding Whitewater, the Rose Law Firm billing records (that “got lost,” then “disappeared”?) and, oh yes, the covering up for husband Bill’s drug use and womanizing.
The Benghazi murders of our U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith and former Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods come to mind — it was Hillary who told American citizens it was all caused by a video, when we all have seen the proof she knew better.
More recently, we’ve all seen Hillary’s falls, uncontrollable eye movements, unusual body spasms, fainting, dehydration and coughing spells. Yet she insists she is healthy?
We won’t even talk about all those emails, and five Clinton aides with FBI immunity …. for what reason if not to LIE about what happened in Hillary’s basement?
Notice also her continuing pattern of attacking her Presidential opponent rather than somehow trying to campaign on her merits and her accomplishments — a lie because she has no programs, no enduring causes to show for those 3 decades she’s been around in government.
If Hillary has even one single distinguishing accomplishment, it surely must be her astoundingly consistent pattern of lying to cover up the real truth of a situation: “A lie when the truth would serve her better,” as some have said.
Surely it’s the irony of ironies that she falls back on using LIES for ammunition in the run-up to Monday’s debate!