Sunday, February 15, 2015

Hillary lied about sniper fire

BREAKING: Hillary Busted in Sick Lie Dishonoring Our Troops… This Should End Her Career

Friday, February 13th, 2015
There is a sickening phenomenon known as “stolen valor,” wherein men and women who have never officially donned the uniform of our military or seen combat nevertheless concoct falsehoods in which they place themselves in the same situations as our honorable troops.
While stolen valor in and of itself isn’t illegal, unless one gains financially from it, it is still widely regarded as dishonorable toward our troops and generally looked upon as a narcissistic jerk move.
NBC’s Brian Williams was recently suspended after his own version of stolen valor came to light, mainly his repeated story of being shot at by RPGs in the early days of the Iraq War.
Now that Williams is off the air and hidden away from public view, it has been noticed that somebody else who is usually front and center in the media has also been hidden away from the public — namely Hillary Clinton.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus recently wrote a humorously sarcastic letter to Democrat National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, asking about Hillary’s recent absence from the public eye.

“After hearing about Brian Williams’s recent suspension at NBC for telling false stories about coming under fire in war zones, we thought perhaps the DNC had also ‘suspended’ Mrs. Clinton for her similar fabrications.”
“As you remember, she once told a harrowing tale of ‘landing under sniper fire’ in Bosnia,” he explained, “only to have her story completely debunked when a video showed her walking casually on the tarmac.”
“If that’s not the case, do you rebuke her fabrications in the same way that NBC has rebuked their star news anchor? Will the DNC conduct research into Mrs. Clinton’s other past statement to ensure that she is being honest with the American people?” Priebus wanted to know.
“If not, I’m sure we can help with that,” he concluded.

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