Hillary’s lying about lying

I hope FBI director Jim Comey watched the Chris Wallace interview with Hillary Clinton.  I trust he did.  Perhaps he noticed the alternate world, the altered reality of Hillary Clinton.  Maybe Mr. Comey has a tinge of regret.

In this interview (jump to the 14:30 mark) with Chris Wallace, Hillary explained away with phrases like “in my view” and “that’s not what I heard” to draw a curtain across the reality of what actually occurred.

Hillary: “James Comey said my answers were truthful and what I have said is consistent with what I have told the American people.”

Chris Wallace: “… James Comey said none of those things you told the American public were true.”

Real video was provided of Comey’s testimony corroborating Wallace’s view that there were indeed stark and real inconsistencies between what Hillary now says and the content of Comey’s testimony pertaining to the results of his investigation.

Hillary won’t let the reality of the video of Comey’s testimony alter what she wishes to be true, or at least perceived to be true.  Her defense was delusional and bordered on pathological. 

Her continued curious relationship with the truth seems to leave Democrats unbothered and unaware.  This perhaps is the most disturbing condition of our current political scene.  Trump supporters notice his unfiltered shortfalls, but Hillary supporters are blind to her untruths.

It is becoming a tired and worn out game in Washington.

I wouldn’t do this again.  We will make sure it never happens again.  At this point, what does it matter?  All phrases designed to push away the gravity of the topic and the resultant consequences or punishments being measured.  Hillary is well trained in this tactic, as transparent as it is.

All voters must respect the truth, and those who are comfortable with the truth.  There is a great caution being ignored by the American people.

“Everyone wishes to have truth on his side, but it is not everyone that sincerely wishes to be on the side of truth.” –Whately

“I have seldom known any one who deserted the truth in trifles, that could be trusted in matters of importance.” –Paley

I hope FBI director Jim Comey watched the Chris Wallace interview with Hillary Clinton.  I trust he did.  Perhaps he noticed the alternate world, the altered reality of Hillary Clinton.  Maybe Mr. Comey has a tinge of regret.

In this interview (jump to the 14:30 mark) with Chris Wallace, Hillary explained away with phrases like “in my view” and “that’s not what I heard” to draw a curtain across the reality of what actually occurred.

Hillary: “James Comey said my answers were truthful and what I have said is consistent with what I have told the American people.”

Chris Wallace: “… James Comey said none of those things you told the American public were true.”

Real video was provided of Comey’s testimony corroborating Wallace’s view that there were indeed stark and real inconsistencies between what Hillary now says and the content of Comey’s testimony pertaining to the results of his investigation.

Hillary won’t let the reality of the video of Comey’s testimony alter what she wishes to be true, or at least perceived to be true.  Her defense was delusional and bordered on pathological. 

Her continued curious relationship with the truth seems to leave Democrats unbothered and unaware.  This perhaps is the most disturbing condition of our current political scene.  Trump supporters notice his unfiltered shortfalls, but Hillary supporters are blind to her untruths.

It is becoming a tired and worn out game in Washington.

I wouldn’t do this again.  We will make sure it never happens again.  At this point, what does it matter?  All phrases designed to push away the gravity of the topic and the resultant consequences or punishments being measured.  Hillary is well trained in this tactic, as transparent as it is.

All voters must respect the truth, and those who are comfortable with the truth.  There is a great caution being ignored by the American people.

“Everyone wishes to have truth on his side, but it is not everyone that sincerely wishes to be on the side of truth.” –Whately

“I have seldom known any one who deserted the truth in trifles, that could be trusted in matters of importance.” –Paley