Hillary Clinton’s Top 7 Famous Lies — Does the Truth Matter?


On September 11th, 2012, Islamic militants attacked the US embassy in Libya, killing a number of Americans including US Ambassador Chris Stevens — the first US Ambassador killed in the line of duty since 1979. Then Secretary of State Clinton, in a statement following the event, began laying down a party line about a disrespectful “internet video” being responsible for spontaneously generating a mob-like effort against the embassy . However, she told her daughter, Chelsea, in an email the night of the event, that an Al Qaeda like group was responsible for the attack.


The next day, she told the Egyptian prime minister this: “We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film. It was a planned attack. Not a protest.” And yet she came out and told the American people something very different (opposite actually) — a fabricated story about a video. The families of the victims in Benghazi have also reported that Hillary lied to them personally about the circumstances surrounding their loved ones deaths.


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