Here are three of Hillary Clinton’s outright lies from last night:
Responding to a question about Wikileaks, Clinton deceptively suggested that Wikileaks is in somehow tied to the Russian Federation:
“We have 17 intelligence agencies, civilian and military, who have all concluded that these espionage attacks, these cyber attacks, come from the highest levels of the Kremlin, and they are designed to influence our election.”
There is no evidence that Wikileaks is a nationalist organization of any kind. Why does Clinton insist on portraying Wikileaks in this way?
According to the Department of Homeland Security, the hacks came from Russia, but there is no evidence of collusion between Wikileaks and the Russian government. This is merely a red herring from Clinton to distract from her culpability in what was said in those emails.
Clinton also lied when she said that her plan will not “add a penny to the national debt.”
This turns out to be completely false.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget predicts if implemented, Clinton’s policies would increase the debt by $9 trillion over one decade.
Clinton says, “I want to make college debt free.”Of course, just like any other politician, Clinton likes to make empty promises that sound nice but are truly bold-faced lies.
The facts are clear. Clinton’s college plan alone would require a federal budget of over $500 billion over a 10 year period to allegedly give “free” college to in-state college students. This means that most people will be robbed $500,000,000,000 of their hard-earned money and suffer drastic inflation rates so that some kid can get another useless liberal arts degree.
Clinton has no plan to make college debt free. She wants to raise your taxes and have you shoulder the burden of a college bubble that is just about to burst.
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