Hillary Clinton must have the worst memory of any American who ever lived. The career politician utters ridiculous lies that can easily be disproved, but she apparently thinks We the People are so stupid that we will believe her instead of our own eyes and ears.
When Hillary was asked about using a drone strike to take out WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, she responded in typical Clinton fashion: “I can’t recall.”
Hillary Clinton: If I talked about droning Julian Assange, "it would have been a joke." pic.twitter.com/WuMI2p080M
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 4, 2016
“Can’t we just drone this guy?” Hillary Clinton allegedly said about Julian Assange. The comment reportedly happened after the WikiLeaks founder said he was poised to release more hacked emails.
The Democrat tried to dodge and weave when a reporter asked her about the drone comment during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania earlier this week. The question by the mainstream media journalist was merely a softball toss. An entirely different tone would have been taken if Donald Trump had made a similar comment.
“Did you ever joke about droning Assange?” a reporter asked Hillary Clinton. The exchange between the reporter and Hillary happened during an extremely brief press conference in the Zembo Shrine in Harrisburg, BizPacReview reports.
We now have a presidential candidate who has not only been investigated by the FBI while running for office but who has also been accused of threatening to assassinate a journalist. Never before in our nation’s history has a candidate so blatantly unfit for office secured the nomination of a major party.
“Well, I don’t know anything about what he’s talking about, and I don’t recall any joke. It would’ve been a joke if it had been said, but I don’t recall that,” Clinton responded.
As previously reported by the Angry Patriot, Julian Assange has promised an “October Surprise” for Hillary Clinton. The planned announcement of a major truth bomb was shelved due to the WikiLeaks founder’s concern for his safety.
“On the opening day of Wikileaks’ ten year anniversary period, this press conference will announce new initiatives and provide updates on publishing and legal events. Looking over the decade long body of work, staff and experts will speak of lessons learnt and future plans,” read an announcement by Wikileaks during a planned celebration of the milestone.
Julian Assange might be afraid of winding up on the Clinton body count list, but he is still moving forward with his plans for an October Surprise. Assange said he will be filtering out information about the Democrat over the course of the weeks remaining until Election Day.
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