Hillary claims she’s a ‘no excuse’ person; immediately gets OWNED

Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is frequently lauded by supporters, such as the sitting president himself, for her incomparable experience. And Obama is right about that on one front, at least: when it comes to lying about the obvious — despite copious, clear and easily attainable evidence to the contrary — no one can come close to Hillary Clinton’s experience. Though her husband may do it better, one might argue Hillary has been lying consistently and publicly over a more extended period of time.

Hillary also demonstrates incomparable experience passing the buck — making excuses and blaming others for things she’s done. Kinda exactly what we don’t want in a leader, right? The latest example is how she had the audacity to try and blame former Secretary of State Colin Powell for her own private email scandal. Amazing.

So you might find it amusing to hear that the Queen herself was just touting herself as a “no-excuse person” during a speech the other day, telling the audience:

“I don’t want any excuses. I’m a kind of no-excuse person.”

Yes, she really said that. Of course, as noted above, with copious, clear and easily attainable evidence to refute her statement, it didn’t take long for someone to do jus that.

Via The Blaze [H/T Washington Free Beacon]:

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told listeners at a speech in Cleveland Wednesday, “I don’t want any excuses. I’m a kind of no-excuse person.”

So the Washington Free Beacon posted a video mashup of Clinton doing exactly that over the years:

And you can imagine the backlash didn’t stop there.

To quote Hillary’s husband Bill, talk about the “biggest load of bull I’ve ever heard.”

[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]


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