The lies of Hillary Clinton keep on coming

Hillary Clinton just keeps on lying, it seems she just can’t help it.

She of course calls it mis-speaking.

Andrew Bolt explains:

Hillary Clinton campaigns for the immigrant vote in Iowa:

?All my grandparents, you know, came over here [to America],? Hillary Clinton claimed, reinforcing her immigration reform bona fides.

Except, of course, it?s another Hillary lie – one so astonishingly obvious that you can only conclude that she lies reflexively and habitually.

Only one of her grandparents was born overseas, although another was the child of immigrants, forcing Clinton?s staff to offer this cringing explanation:

?Her grandparents always spoke about the immigrant experience and, as a result she has always thought of them as immigrants,? a Clinton spokesman told BuzzFeed News. ??

She just can’t stop lying, this was an earlier lie.

The Clinton campaign says Senator Hillary Clinton may have ?misspoke? recently when she said she had to evade sniper fire when she was visiting Bosnia in 1996 as first lady?

She has been using the episode as an example of her foreign policy bona fides.

?I certainly do remember that trip to Bosnia,? she said last week. ?…I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.?

But her account has been challenged, first by Sinbad, the comedian, who traveled with her, and then by news organizations, most notably the Washington Post, which awarded her four ?Pinnochios? which it gives for major ?whoppers.?

A number of videos have been posted to YouTube juxtaposing a CBS news report with Mrs. Clinton?s statements last week.

Then there is lies over her emails, and we mustn’t forget her worst lie of all, the obfuscations over Benghazi.

The campaign to discredit Hillary Clinton continues, but she isn’t helping herself by lying so frequently.

Wait until someone works out if Hillary Clinton succeeds and wins the presidency she will actually be older than Ronald Reagan was when he won the presidency…and the Democrats certainly made plenty of hay while that particular sun shone. Reagan was 69 when when elected to the presidency and remains the oldest person elected to the office of the presidency. Hillary Clinton was born in 1947 and is 68 years old and there is two years to go until the election.


– Andrew Bolt, The Caucus