Hillary Clinton and her accomplishment ‘fibs’- ‘I brought peace to Ireland’

Hillary is being pressed on her accomplishments. I thought I would give us a heads up before her ‘fibs’ take hold. An ounce of prevention goes a long way. I know she is digging deep, so I thought this little number might get the ball rolling. She presented this fib during her 2008 Presidential campaign.

Now on to the truth of the matter.

If you’re running for president on the basis of your claims of experience, when you then cite examples, you should be careful to be accurate,” Craig said. “The evidence should be accurate. And my point is that Senator Clinton and her supporters have in serious ways overstated, if not grossly exaggerated, the nature of her experience.” FACTCHECK: Hillary’s Adventures Abroad March 13, 2008 We find some exaggerations in Clinton’s claims of foreign policy experience.

Hillary Clinton faces tough questions – well, almost!

For today, something on the lighter side. Now that Hillary is out and about, answering those set up tough questions that have her sweating bullets, I thought I would give you this. Enjoy. (I think I enjoyed her dancing on Ellen a bit more.)

Hillary Clinton? E-Mail smoking gun found

Kudos to Judicial Watch and their tireless FOIA requests that are having much more success than any Congressional Committee in getting to the truth of the matter regarding the corrupt Clinton machine. Do read the link to the full truth. Why is this not on the news? Here we go:

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released Obama administration correspondence containing a letter from Under Secretary of State for Management Patrick F. Kennedy asking Hillary Clinton’s lawyer to destroy all electronic copies of a classified email found in records Clinton decided to turn over to the State Department six months before.  Clinton’s attorney, David Kendall, rejected the request as Congress and other investigators had demanded electronic records be preserved.  The correspondence also shows Hillary Clinton has ignored a demand to turn over all electronic copies of the approximately 55,000 pages of emails she previously returned in paper form.  The correspondence was disclosed by the State and Justice Departments in a Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in which Judicial Watch is asking a court to issue a preservation order to protect any emails Clinton has yet to turn over, including those emails in which she and her lawyers unilaterally determined to be personal. (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (1:12-cv-02034))

The Kennedy letter shows that the State Department knew that Clinton had classified material on her email system two months before it was disclosed publicly onJuly 23, when Congress was alerted to the issue by the inspector general of the intelligence community.

Once you have made the electronic copy of the documents for the Department, please locate any electronic copies of the above-referenced classified document in your possession. If you locate any electronic copies, please delete them. Additionally, once you have done that, please empty your “Deleted Items” folder.The Kennedy letter shows that the State Department knew that Clinton had classified material on her email system two months before it was disclosed publicly onJuly 23, when Congress was alerted to the issue by the inspector general of the intelligence community.

Clinton’s attorney responds several weeks later, on June 15 – saying it would not be “prudent” to delete the email.  David Kendall writes:

This will also confirm that, pursuant to your request, we have deleted all electronic copies of this document, with the following exception. I have received document preservation requests pertaining to the 55,000 pages of e-mails from the House of Representatives Select Committee on Benghazi, the Inspector General of the State Department, and the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community (DNI). I have responded to each preservation request by confirming to the requestor that I would take reasonable steps to preserve these 55,000 pages of former Secretary Clinton’s e-mails in their present electronic form. I therefore do not believe it would be prudent to delete, as you request, the above-referenced e-mail from the master copies or the PST file that we are preserving.

H/T:Judicial Watch

Clinton’s spokesperson makes an ass of herself trying to defend the beast

Palmieri Stumbles Through Interview About Clinton’s Private Email Server reads the headline. Look, I am enjoying every moment of watching the Hildebeast in slo mo circling the bowel in the toilet. Waiting and hoping the flush comes soon. For decades many of us have waited for her comeuppance. This interview is icing on the cake. Enjoy the moment. I am actually enjoying MSNBC’s Morning Joe these days. Here is one of Palmieri’s take:

Clinton Campaign’s Palmieri: When You’re Asking About Wiping Servers, You’ve Ran Out Of “Legitimate Questions”

Hillary Clinton: ‘I would model the kind of ‘behavior’ I’d hope all Americans would have’

Yes, this about sums up Hillary. So she is going to give up her E-Mail server. Going to get interesting don’t you think?

Clinton: As president, I would ‘model the kind of behavior’ I’d hope all Americans would have

Recall her first encounter with being a lying weasel?

From the post:May 18, 2013 — bunkerville (Is that George Soros in the beginning of the clip?)

Hillary Clinton: Watergate, Our first taste of her delicious corruption

Hillary Clinton heavily involved in TP partnership, but now knows nothing

Here our gal Hillary lies through her teeth about the TPP. Does she not know yet that the internet now can contain her lying words? She sure know how E-mails works don’t you know. Interesting clip if only the media would pick it up, but for now it is up to us. Here we go:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday attempted to distance herself from the controversial 12-nation trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership. During her tenure as U.S. secretary of state, Clinton publicly promoted the pact 45 separate times — but with her Democratic presidential rivals making opposition to the deal a centerpiece of their campaigns, Clinton now asserts she was never involved in the initiative.

“I did not work on TPP,” she said after a meeting with leaders of labor unions who oppose the pact. “I advocated for a multinational trade agreement that would ‘be the gold standard.’ But that was the responsibility of the United States Trade Representative.”

But at a congressional hearing in 2011, Clinton told lawmakers that “with respect to the TPP, although the State Department does not have the lead on this — it is the United States Trade Representative — we work closely with the USTR.” Additionally, State Department cables reviewed by International Business Times show that her agency — including her top aides — were deeply involved in the diplomatic deliberations over the trade deal. The cables from 2009 and 2010, which were among a trove of documents disclosed by the website WikiLeaks, also show that the Clinton-run State Department advised the U.S. Trade Representative’s office on how to negotiate the deal with foreign government officials.

The involvement of the Clinton-led State Department in the TPP is not altogether surprising: in a June,CBS News reported that “a senior administration official told CBS News Correspondent Julianna Goldman that Clinton was one of the biggest backers of TPP.” In a Bloomberg News interview that same month, President Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan Rice disputed the idea that Clinton was not involved in the TPP.

“She was integrally involved in all of the major initiatives of the first term of the administration,” said Rice, who served as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations when Clinton was Secretary of State. “She was instrumental in formulating and implementing the rebalance to Asia, of which the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a part.”

More at IBT Times

MSNBC found Hillary’s none position ‘a little disconcerting’

After a couple of days of posting some heavy topics, I thought I would lighten up a bit and give us a clip of MSNBC spinning their little heads off in defense of Hillary Clinton not taking a position on the XL-Pipeline. Give the folks credit. First they found it a little disconcerting, but well, oh shucks.They smiled the whole way through. The last savant that spoke really took it to the top by “really admiring her for not taking a position.” Enjoy!


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