Hillary Clinton says she’s ‘most investigated innocent person in America.’ Not everyone’s buying it.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a woman who’s faced zero consequences despite being justifiably linked to a multitude of scandals and crimes, has claimed she’s the “most investigated innocent person in America.”

Apparently, she’s never heard of President Donald Trump …

In a new Hulu documentary titled “Hillary,” the former secretary of state and failed 2016 Democrat presidential nominee reportedly rants about the mistreatment she’s never actually faced from the demonstrably left-wing, pro-Clinton media.

“Going all the way back to the Whitewater days. I’ve never understood this and I will go to my grave not understanding it. All these things get disproved, but the press, and I’m talking about the major press, they always bite … And I don’t know why,” she says, as reported by the Daily Mail.

“There’s an old joke about an old guy who is walking along the edge of the cliff, he slips and as he’s falling down and he grabs onto a branch and he’s holding on and he’s praying, going ‘God, God I’ve lived a good life, I’ve done everything I’m supposed to do … please Lord help me, help me.’ And then this voice comes out and says ‘There’s just something about you that pisses me off.'”

It’s then that she reportedly drops her dubious claim, saying, “I am the most investigated innocent person in America … This is not just politics, this is deep cultural stuff.”

According to current Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, she was right about being investigated a lot. But as he noted Friday morning on Fox News, “There might be a reason for that.”

Listen:


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Speaking on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” he also addressed claims Clinton’s made in her documentary surrounding her notorious email scandal.

She falsely claimed “there was no law” against her use of a private email server to handle her duties as the secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.

Pompeo disagreed.

We have an obligation as senior leaders of the United States government that our records are protected and available through FOIA and all the other mechanisms,” he noted. “No. Having a private email server, keeping your government records on that is completely unlawful.”

“Fox & Friends” co-host Pete Hegseth then cut in to ask, “And so is destroying records, last time I checked?”

“It’s a bad idea,” Pompeo replied, prompting co-host Jedediah Bila to point out some more of Clinton’s illicit activities.

“You mean sticking a server in a bathroom closet, sending emails over that and then having somebody destroy that with a jack hammer? Bleaching it?” she said.

“Not a model that I recommend to any leader anywhere,” Pompeo replied as the segment concluded.

As noted by him and the FNC hosts, Clinton committed all those veritable crimes and was therefore justifiably investigated for them. For reasons that remain unclear, however, she was never held accountable.

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Now juxtapose that with what the president has faced. Despite a litany of accusations  — that he colluded with Russian operatives to affect the 2016 election, that he tried to blackmail a foreign leader into investigating a political opponent, etc. — it’s been shown indisputably that he never committed any such actions.

Nevertheless, the president has faced an endless series of high-profile investigations from the Department of Justice, from congressional Democrats, from the media and from state prosecutors.

Last summer, Politico confirmed that he was facing 15 concurrent investigations at the time.

“In total, Trump faces at least 15 criminal or civil inquiries by nine federal, state and local agencies into his business, his charity, his campaign, his inaugural committee and his personal finances,” the outlet reported.

As of March 2020, he had yet to be found guilty of anything, including colluding with Russian operatives to affect the 2016 election. The evidence in fact suggests that Clinton was the one who committed this offense.

During the 2016 presidential election, then-Democrat candidate Clinton hired the firm Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on then-Republican candidate Trump.

That firm, in turn, hired a British spy to do the actual digging. This spy, Christopher Steele, in turn, recruited Russian operatives to find the actual dirt.

That dirt was eventually compiled into a dossier by Steele, forwarded to the Obama Justice Department and used by the FBI to begin surveillance of Trump’s campaign.

It was this series of events that led to former Special Counsel Mueller’s installation as special counsel and subsequently an expensive, years-long investigation that ultimately uncovered zero collusion.

Yet from day one, Clinton’s acted as if Trump’s the guilty one:

Conversely, she’s now acting as if she’s the innocent one …

In reality, it appears the only thing she’s ever really been is the drunk one:

Watch a teaser of Clinton’s documentary below:

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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