Flashback: Clinton Encourages Democrats to Lie in Order to Win

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Hillary Clinton is not a truthful, honest person. There is absolutely no surprise nor secret when it comes to that.

Here is a little flashback to earlier this year when she suggested that Democrats should start lying, or bending the truth, in order to win elections. Start? HA. When have they ever even told the truth?

Any kind of true bending or deception is untruthful and therefore immoral.

Her excuse for this? She claims that Donald Trump and the Republicans have no problem lying so Democrats should too. Hmm…

Washington Examiner reported: 

At a tech conference in California, Clinton said Trump’s team made an “enormous investment in falsehoods, fake news, call it what you will.”

When a host suggested Trump invested in lies, she said, “Lies, that’s a good word too.”

“The other side was using content that was just flat-out false and delivering it in a very personalized way, both above the radar screen and below,” Clinton claims.

She lied during the interview, claiming that her team does not “engage in false content.”

“We may have tried to put every piece of information in the best possible light and explanations, but we weren’t in the same category as the other side,” she said.

When the host congratulated her on choosing not to lie, Clinton seemed to hesitate. “Well …” she said.

The host then joked that Clinton appeared to be rethinking that strategy. Clinton said she was not, but said future candidates might.

“I’m not rethinking it, but everybody else better rethink it, because we have to figure out how to combat this,” Clinton shamelessly added.

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