Hillary vies for Republican votes touting she never grew pair of THESE

“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” Hamlet, Act III, Scene 2.

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton felt the need to repeat that she’s not Lucifer, prompting one to wonder if maybe she is.

The former secretary of state was campaigning Wednesday in Republican-heavy Nebraska when she felt the need to make a statement for the benefit of GOP voters.

“Here’s some additional facts that I want you to know, because I imagine when you leave here today you might run into some of your friends and colleagues who ask, ‘Where have you been?’ ‘What have you done today?’” she said.

“First thing you can tell them, as best as you can tell looking [at me] under the lights, I don’t have horns.”

Then, as if to prove she still had the odor of fire and brimstone about her, she told a whopper.

“And the second thing you can tell them is our economy does better when we have a Democrat in the White House. That is just a fact,” Clinton insisted.

Here’s a clip from her speech, via The Washington Free Beacon.

Later, she was asked by a supporter, Kayla Helmers, to record a message for her father, Shawn Starry, who was a Trump supporter.

Instead of talking issues or experience, Clinton brought up the horn thing again.

“Hi Shawn, I am here with your daughter,” Clinton said in the message. “I hope you can see I don’t have horns. And I really do hope that as this election goes on you will listen to your daughter. Thanks. Bye.”

Here’s that clip, via TheBlaze.

Interestingly enough, during an interview in Davenport, Iowa two months ago, Clinton denied even being human.

When asked by Buzzfeed’s “Another Round” co-host Tracy Clayton what was the weirdest thing about her.

“You guys are the first to realize that I’m really not even a human being,” she said. “I was constructed in a garage in Palo Alto a very long time ago. People think that, you know, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs,  created it. Oh no. I mean, a man whose name shall remain nameless created me in his garage.”

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