Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused President Donald Trump of wrongdoing because he suggested that China investigate Joe Biden’s alleged abuse of power when he was vice president.
Hillary quipped on Twitter: “Someone should inform the president that impeachable offenses committed on national television still count.”
Obviously, Clinton is suggesting that Trump did something improper by saying China should investigate corruption allegedly committed by a former Vice President.
Someone should inform the president that impeachable offenses committed on national television still count. https://t.co/ABObD2Ie4S
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 3, 2019
The irony is that in May 2019, Hillary went on MSNBC and directly asked China for help in releasing Trump’s tax returns.
“China, if you’re listening, why don’t you get Trump’s tax returns?” Clinton cooed on the Rachel Maddow show. “I’m sure our media would richly reward you.”
Hillary said “since Russia is clearly backing Republicans, why don’t we [Democrats] ask China to back us? Let’s have a great power contest. And let’s get the Chinese on [our side].”
Hillary Clinton’s re-emergence just as the Democratic primaries are kicking into high gear is raising eyebrows because she’s stealing media attention away from her party’s candidates.
That’s not sitting well with many on the Left, including director Michael Moore. Earlier this week, Moore slammed Joe Biden by comparing his flailing candidacy to Hillary’s 2016 dumpster-fire campaign.
Basically, Moore said that Biden is as uninspiring a candidate as Hillary was in 2016, and that’s why he fears that Trump will coast to a 2020 landslide.
“Joe Biden is this year’s Hillary,” Moore told MSNBC. “Joe Biden is not going to excite the base to get out there and vote [just like Hillary failed to energize her base].”
Hillary is blithely promoting the narrative that Trump did something improper during his July phone call with Ukraine’s president.
In March 2019, Ukraine’s top prosecutor launched a criminal investigation into whether Hillary’s campaign colluded with corrupt Ukrainian officials to rig the 2016 election in her favor.
And earlier this week, the U.S. State Department confirmed that it’s stepping up its investigation into Hillary’s unauthorized use of private, unsecured email servers to conduct government business when she was secretary of state.
More than 2,100 classified emails passed through Clinton’s home email servers. That compromised national security.
In May 2019, FBI documents showed there were multiple hacking attempts on Clinton’s unsecured servers, which she used to conduct top-secret government business.
In 2011, Justin Cooper — the tech guy who oversaw Clinton’s home email servers — sent an alarming email, alerting her of the hacking attempts.
Cooper wrote: “It is a constant fight to keep up with the security measures and unfortunately, we keep seeing reminders of why we need to.”
In a previous FBI report, Cooper also admitted that there were at least “two instances where he destroyed Clinton’s old mobile phones by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.”
Despite this mountain of evidence suggesting that Clinton mishandled classified intel, Barack Obama ordered his FBI to turn a blind eye to his secretary of state’s gross negligence.
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