‘Three lies in one sentence’: Hillary outdoes herself

During a speech in New Hampshire Monday, Hillary Clinton accomplished an amazing feat.

She lied three times in one sentence.

“I want people to know that I’m listening and I’m accessible, and that I’m running a campaign that is about the needs of the people in New Hampshire and the families of New Hampshire,” she said at a campaign stop in the Granite State.

Let’s break it down.

“I want the people to know…”

Its tough to imagine a politician who has done more to cover up and hide so many things in the course of a political career.

Benghazi, donations from foreign governments, payoffs in speaking fees and donations for political favors and the infamous private email server, just to name a few.

In fact, volumes could be written on how much Hillary Clinton doesn’t want the people to know.

“I’m listening…”

To whom?

To the small, hand-selected groups of people at your tiny events, where you haven’t been asked one hard question yet while the entire Republican field has sat with reporters again and again answering the tough questions.

“I’m accessible…”

Tell that to the Clinton fans camped outside waiting to meet her Monday whom she literally ran away from as she sped off without so much as a hello.

Outrage! Judge hammers white victims of armed home invasion for racism, lets criminal go free.

That snub left even the most ardent supporters miffed, according to The Boston Herald.

“People are the ones that are voting for her, so if she’s running and not meeting people, then what’s the sense of coming here?” Clinton fan Michelle Isabelle said. “I really believe in her but I’m actually perturbed right now.”

“I mean, we’re standing out in the rain waiting for her and then all of a sudden, she’s just running from us,” added fellow Clintonite Kammara Gagne. “It’s like, why are you running?”

The absurdity of her sentence was not lost on the Twitterverse.

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