Surprise, surprise! Hillary Clinton has been caught lying again. It was a serious lie too, because it was a lie to the FBI, and lying to the FBI is a federal crime punishable by a fine – or jail time.
During her marathon interview with the FBI on July 2, she told investigators that former Secretary of State Colin Powell, during a private dinner, advised her to use a personal email account.
Colin Powell says this isn’t true.
“The truth is she was using [her personal email] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did [when I was in office],” he told the New York Post’s Page Six. “Her people have been trying to pin it on me.”
Asked why Clinton’s team was attempting to blame him, he responded, “Why do you think?“
If Snopes wasn’t a Clinton campaign propaganda mouthpiece, they would publish an article saying: Did Colin Powell advise Hillary Clinton to use a personal email account? FALSE.
Bestselling author Ed Klein reports:
It will come as no surprise to those who have read my books that Hillary is a liar.
Of course, I was not the first person to make that discovery.
In 1996, New York Times columnist William Safire labeled her a “congenital liar.“
Carl Bernstein, in his biography of Hillary, “A Woman in Charge,” noted that she indulged in “subterfuge and eliding.“
David Geffen, the Hollywood mogul, famously said, “Everyone in politics lies, but [the Clintons] do it with such ease, it’s troubling.”
And in my forthcoming book, “Guilty as Sin,” which will be published October 4 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com, I write:
“Some observers compare Hillary to Lady Macbeth, whose vaulting ambition led to her downfall. In Hillary’s case, her fatal flaw is dishonesty. She lies even when she doesn’t have to.”
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