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Hillary’s Hypocrisy Encapsulated by Her Own Tweet: No One is Above The Law

Twitter wasn’t going to let Clinton get away with this one.

It should come as no surprise that American politicians are, on occasion, full of it.

This has been the case for decades upon decades, and maybe even longer.  It’s a sad fact of life that we have come to accept here in the United States, and we often find ourselves voting for whomever seems to lie to us the least.

Some are simply prone to exaggeration, (President Trump, for example, has a penchant for slightly puffing himself up at times), while others, such as Hillary Clinton, are simply walking, talking mongrels of mistruths, who utter very little in the way of actuality when pressed on any given subject.

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In Clinton’s case, this unwillingness to accept reality has come full circle today after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the Democrats would be moving forward with articles of impeachment against President Trump.

This drew widespread criticism on social media, as Clinton is infamous for a very particular brand of corruption and collusion.

Clinton has recently been making her way through the media circuit, likely testing the waters for a late entry into the 2020 election.

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