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Hillary scams low-info sheep: ‘Undocumented workers pay more in taxes than biggest corporations’

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Famed radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh did the mainstream media’s job Wednesday by exposing outrageous comments made by Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton during a campaign event in Las Vegas – comments that would have otherwise gone unchallenged.

“Our undocumented workers in New York pay more in taxes than some of the biggest corporations in New York,” Hillary told a crowd Tuesday at Rancho High School.

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“Yeah, man, the drive-bys are gonna have fun fact-checking that, aren’t’ they?” Limbaugh mocked.

Limbaugh played the unbelievable statement again saying, “This is Mrs. Clinton, Rancho High School, and she’s campaigning. High school. Low-information.”

Limbaugh cited some distressing high school statistics regarding what eighth graders know about American history.

“It’s just devastating. She’s out talking to a bunch of really uneducated high school students here, and justifying amnesty, ripping Republicans…” he said.

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Clinton used the high school campaign stop to reiterate her radical stance on amnesty.

“We can’t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship… When [Republicans] talk about ‘legal status,’ that is code for second-class status,” Clinton told the group.

“If Congress continues to refuse to act, as president, I would do everything possible under the law to go even further.”

Since when did a Clinton care about the law?

There’s no doubt, Hillary is banking that those in attendance will not go home to fact check her statements.

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If they had, they might have discovered that of out of 34 countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, America ranks first for corporate statutory rates at a whopping 39.1 percent, according to a 2014 report by politifact.com.

Only two countries outside of the OECD ranked higher than America. Chad, which is a developing country, and the United Arab Emirates which is governed by a monarchy.

But, America’s closing in.



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