Hillary HUMILIATED After Leaked Email Shows What She Did During MSNBC Interview


Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s speechwriter has done more than just prepare her campaign rally speeches; he has also written out her replies to interview questions, nearly word-for-word.

For instance, one of the hacked emails from campaign manager John Podesta’s account recently published by WikiLeaks showed the speechwriter, Dan Schwerin, seeking Podesta’s approval for a scripted answer he had written.

The email was sent on Jan. 11, 2016, only hours before Clinton called into MSNBC to speak with host Chris Hayes about her tax proposals.

“HRC is going to call into Chris Hayes’ show this afternoon … How does this look to you guys?” Schwerin wrote, after which he included a near-verbatim copy of the exact words she later went on to say during her phone-in to MSNBC.

“Right now, the super-wealthy and big corporations are using every trick in the book to game the system and avoid paying billions in taxes,” it read. “It’s wrong, and it’s bad for our economy. We can’t have one tax system for those at the top and another one for everyone else.”

Here’s what she wound up saying while on air: “As you know Chris, right now, the super-wealthy and big corporations use every trick in the book to game the system and avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. It’s not right.”

For a woman feted by the media as powerful and all-knowing, Clinton seemed pathetically incapable of thinking off the cuff and conjuring up original answers.

Frankly, what with everything needing to be written for her, the woman sounded more like a hand puppet than she did like the next potential leader of the free world.

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Source: conservativetribune.com