On Friday, Hillary Clinton delivered her first official message to the Democratic National Convention since losing the Presidential election in 2016, and she had only one message for the gathered, mostly female, officials: you’re not getting rid of me that easy. In what sounded more like a threat than an announcement, Clinton told the Democratic Women’s Leadership Forum that she’s going to be a foundational part of the anti-Trump “resistance,” whether the “resistance” wants her or not.
“We have to win back the Congress,” Hillary Clinton said Friday at a DNC event. “I’ll be there with you every step of the way because we are going to take back the country we love.”
— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) May 18, 2018
She also gave some advice to the gathered crowd, many of whom are competing in the midterm Congressional elections: focus on issues important to Americans, like abortion and “facts.”
“We stand for truth for evidence and facts,” (REALLY?) Clinton said during:
We “ALL” have history of our words and actions that are defining the character that is truly inside. It is easier to always tell the truth, and then there isn’t anything to remember. How many times can one lie, deceive, with evidence that says they only live for themselves and not the people that have believed in them be told? How many times have those lies shattered dreams, hopes, and the freedom of a nation? How many more lies will have to be recorded for enough to be enough?
Clinton lied under oath at least four times – House Committee letter
A letter signed by two House committee chairmen says that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have broken the law and lied under oath when testifying before Congress. The letter says that Clinton may have perjured herself on four separate occasions. Neither Clinton nor her campaign have responded to the letter’s claims. RT’s Caleb Maupin reports.
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One big happy family, watching out for each other. How long can the “House of Cards” keep standing? How many can walk away from justice? How many are above the law because they are in the House of Clinton?