Former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton appeared on The View and whiffed on a few softball questions the ladies had lined up for her.
First, Clinton couldn’t for the life of her, figure out why voters find her to be dishonest and untrustworthy.
No seriously, the woman who stood over caskets of the fallen in Benghazi and told the families the attacks were caused by a YouTube video, doesn’t understand why everyone views her as a liar.
Clinton then turned around in the same breath and said “everybody noticed” her private email when she was working for the Obama administration in the State Department.
Via America Rising PAC:
Today during an interview with ABC’s “The View,” Hillary Clinton stated that people within the Obama administration, knew that she operated solely on a private email server.
This claim however directly contradicts what top Obama officials have said in recent months.
During a “Meet The Press” interview in June 2015, former Obama Chief of Staff Bill Daley admitted he had no idea that Clinton used a private email server
Days latter, former Senior Advisor to President Obama, David Axelrod confessed that he too had no knowledge of Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Making matters worse for Clinton’s claim is that during a “60 Minutes” interview in October 2015, President Obama himself admitted he had no knowledge of Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Even as recently as February 2016 Secretary of State John Kerry told the House Foreign Affairs Committee that he was unaware of Clinton’s private email.
It would seem that this is just the latest example of Clinton not being honest.
Check out this video of those instances where people in the Obama administration denied knowing anything about Hillary’s private e-mails…
Perhaps Obama is a liar as well.
Judge Andrew Napolitano explains that 22 top secret e-mails recovered from Clinton’s server “were sent to and from the president himself.”
He added, “If the president decides the Justice Department is free to indict her, he may very well be a witness in the case.”
Imagine that. Two perpetual liars taking an oath and testifying against one another in a court of law.