In remarks Tuesday that proved convincingly that “The Truth” is not her middle name, Hillary Clinton sent a clear message to those who might try to deny her the Presidency: She will make up “facts” out of thin air to animate her stillborn message of predictable Clintonian nostrums that run 40 years past their sell-by date.
At a “round table” discussion at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, with her eyes rolling around like a slot machine of pure ambition and her neck craning back and forth like some sort of patronizing, political ostrich, Clinton, as charismatic as a cockroach and so unnatural a speaker (and probably so unsure of her point) that she kept referring to pages on the table in front of her despite her simplistic subject matter, sounded and looked like a schizophrenic mental patient who was tickled pink to be speaking English for the first time (see video below if you can stomach it). She unleashed the following canard while trying to convince the Elizabeth Warren faction of her party that she’s to the left of the world on immigration:
Asked to comment on Clinton’s whopper, Thusnelda Neusbickle, Professor of Womyn’s Studies at Camden State Normal School for Women and author of the recently published biography of Hillary Clinton titled Hillary Don’t Feel No Ways Tired, offered the following:
Well, back in 1996, in an opinion piece for the New York Times, William Safire called Hillary Clinton a congenital liar. He was way ahead of us and he was right. She has the credibility of a mid-binge alcoholic. Does she actually believe that illegal aliens pay more in taxes than big corporations? I think she can convince herself of whatever benefits her. Of course if pushed, she’ll find some outlier example that supposedly proves her point, a year where a big company has a massive charge that results in no taxes paid. And if illegals in New York are paying that much in taxes, that’s simply proof that a lot of people have broken the law, entered our country illegally, and taken jobs that unemployed citizens might have otherwise taken. She probably thinks that the voters who matter are uninformed enough to believe what she says, especially if it confirms their beliefs. She seems to be getting sloppy though. Maybe that head shot she took back in December 2012, after which she wore the goofy glasses, did some real damage.
Or maybe she’s simply too stupid to understand what Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman once said about immigration:
To paraphrase Theodor Seuss Geisel: “She’s as cuddly as a cactus, she’s as charming as an eel…”