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Liar or Delusional or Both

In a scathing op-ed piece, Christopher Hitches compares his own sniper fire landing in Sarajevo in 1992 to Hillary’s Tuzla landing in 1996. Similar to my own previous remarks on the matter, Hitches correctly highlights that Hillary flew into Tuzla with her teenage daugther, Sinbad, as well as others — would a rational person have put her daughter in to such a “dangerous” situation? The “sleep deprived” version of events was not a single event of misrepresented reality, but rather was repeated by Senator Clinton on numerous occassions over the past months.

Hitchens argues that the “Tall Tale of Tuzla” was of

either a) that she lies without conscience or reflection; or b) that she is subject to fantasies of an illusory past; or c) both of the above. Any of the foregoing would constitute a disqualification for the presidency of the United States.

I think it is about time for a little bit, just a little bit, of reality in the Clintons’ world. Continue reading

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