When asked by CBS anchor Scott Pelley as to whether she always told the truth, Hillary Clinton responded, “I’ve always tried to…always, always.”
As Yoda might say, “Do or do not; there is no try.” And couple that with the joke about how you can tell whether a politician is lying: Are his lips moving? (Or, in this case, are her lips moving?)
She campaigned for the Senate on her story about Bosnian “sniper fire.” The sniper fire never happened, and she was never in harm’s way, but it did help bolster her “foreign policy experience” image.
She opposed “gay marriage” before she supported it, a flop that she insists was a genuine change of heart which had nothing to do with politics and the ever-changing public opinion, even though her gradual change perfectly paralleled national opinion polls.
Here, just watch this:
And not to mention that Hillary Clinton said the attack in Benghazi happened as a result of an “anti-Muslim” video on YouTube that no one had ever heard of or seen until she brought it up. But the day after the Benghazi attack, Hillary Clinton had told the Egyptian Prime Minister that the attack “had nothing to do with the film.” She said that “it was a planned attack” and “not a protest.”
The list goes on. Feel free to add to it.
It’s rather hard to believe that she’s “always tried to” tell the truth. Maybe she’s just not “trying” hard enough. Of course, what difference, at this point, does it make? Her lies and untrustworthiness don’t seem to have any impact on her supporters. They either don’t believe she’s a liar, or they just don’t care.