A video that was released in late January is finally being noticed by the mainstream media, as both Fox News and the Washington Post are now running stories about the viral hit piece. Sadly for Clinton, while the video may seem unfair… she happens to be her own worst enemy.
And this is the truth of the matter when it comes to Hillary Clinton. Virtually all of her faults, flaws, and peccadillos are self-inflicted crimes of selfish hubris, whether it’s her flip-flopping opposition to gay marriage or her love/hatred for free trade. But her most glaring problem has been her penchant for spewing lies at every possible turn.
Think I’m being ‘dramatic’ or hyperbolic? Watch this…
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Over at the Washington Post, Kathleen Parker points out that this video is exactly the kind of (well deserved) attack that Clinton will be facing throughout the summer and into the fall.
Hillary Clinton’s vast résumé of, shall we say, inconsistencies, is the dog that caught the car and won’t let go. A viral video collection of her comments on various subjects through the years is bestirring Republican hearts…
The woman who would become president promises a continuation of President Obama’s policies, even though she rejected many of them in 2008. The candidate who hates NAFTA almost as much as she now despises Wall Street is captured in several clips praising NAFTA.
A review of her bizarre accounting of landing in Bosnia under sniper fire in 1996 is almost entertaining. Audacious, really. Rather than ducking and dodging across a tarmac where no welcoming committee was present, film footage reminds us that she and daughter Chelsea Clinton calmly walked from the plane, posed for photographs with students there to greet them, and shook hands with a little girl.
No news here, just a rehash of history. One Web author who posted the video — sent to me by several readers — insists that it would be impossible to vote for Clinton after viewing the 13-minute montage. This may or may not be true given the alternative, but a refreshed memory does invite fresh consideration of Clinton’s character.
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