Hillary & Bill: Inveterate liars
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) asked Hillary Clinton about Benghazi and why she, as secretary of State, should not be held responsible for four dead Americans.
Hillary turned the tables. She raised her voice and assumed an air of righteous indignation and invective, saying, “What difference at this point does it make whether the killings were a result of a video or just some guys out for a walk one night who then decided to attack our embassy and kill four Americans?”
Say what, Hillary? Four Americans died because you did not read the numerous memos from Benghazi asking for more security.
Why did she not read these memos?
In an Academy Award-winning response to the Benghazi inquiry, Hillary adopted the same posture as her husband, Bill, when asked about Monica Lewinsky. Bill, with eyes narrowed, looked into the camera and said, “Let me make this clear. I never had sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky.”
Hillary, like Bill, is an inveterate liar.
And guess what, America? Despite this, Hillary will be the next president. Bet on it.
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