Video: Clinton supporters gasp when Hillary pressed on scandals

clinton-scandalThere’s one thing liberals can’t stand — a question.  Especially when that question exposes the hypocrisy of the left, or when that question demands accountability from a liberal.

A video posted to YouTube Thursday shows the reaction Clinton supporters had when an audience member pressed her on her many scandals.  Not only did the audience not like the question, neither did Clinton, who gave the potential voter a condescending answer.

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Buzzfeed’s Ruby Cramer tweeted:

Naturally, the audience cheered.  I have to wonder, however, how many of them were actually alive when the Clinton scandal machine was in the White House.  Others wondered the same thing.

Another person wondered:

One person added:

Of course, millennials have no recollection of that incident.

Well, she’s been at this for more than 40 years.  Remember, she’s been lying and scheming her way to the top since before Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio were in grade school.

But don’t expect the so-called “mainstream media” to report it, and don’t expect her supporters to demand accountability.  Or even ask the questions that need to be asked.

H/T The Right Scoop


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