The former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton is the same person that in 2012 propagated that the Benghazi terror attack was fake and had been inspired by an anti-Islamic video.
It is clear, by now, that she has an opened problem with fake news.
“It’s now clear that so-called fake news can have real-world consequences,” she stated during a speech Thursday on Capitol Hill, according to Fox News, displaying nary a shred of self-awareness.
Or better yet, cue political commentator Rush Limbaugh, whose team pieced together a brief montage of the many times the former secretary of state has lied through her teeth, starting with the lie she told in 1998, when she referenced the rise of a “vast right-wing conspiracy,” as reported at the time by The Washington Post.
“The great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president,” she had said in defense of her husband and then-president, lifelong womanizer Bill Clinton.
But that was just one of her many, many, many lies.
You can watch the entire montage here:
The evidences had proven that at the time this incident occurred, Hillary knew that the attack had nothing to do with that video.
Yet this woman has the nerve to lecture Americans about fake news?
What do you think is Hillary Clinton’s most egregious lie? Leave your opinion in the comment section bellow.
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