Clinton uses Cruz line, ‘vote your conscience,’ on Twitter, gets hammered

Clinton uses Ted Cruz line, tells Twitter to "vote your conscience."
Hillary Clinton speaking with supporters at a “Get Out the Caucus” rally at Valley Southwoods Freshman High School in West Des Moines, Iowa.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz sparked a great deal of anger when he refused to explicitly endorse Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.  But while a huge number of Republicans expressed anger, one person seemed quite pleased.  On Wednesday, presumed Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton stole a line from Cruz’s convention speech, telling supporters to “vote your conscience.”

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Naturally, she got hammered for using the line.

Arrested and tossed in jail…

Sadly, that’s far too true…

Worse yet, she’s been given a pass by the Obama regime for things that would get any other American tossed into prison.

As one person observed, she even lies about lying:

Cruz also got hammered for giving Hillary the line:

Ironically, this comes from a woman who can best be described as perhaps the most diabolical and evil person to ever run for the highest office in the land.

And keep in mind, she’s been lying and scheming her way to the top for over 40 years…


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