Hillary Clinton’s GREATEST WAR DOCUMENTARY starring Brian Williams / Oliver North VIDEO by @Mr_Pinko
Hillary Clinton’s GREATEST DOCUMENTARY starring Brian Williams and Oliver North. The GREATEST WAR STORY ever told. EPIC DOCUMENTARY! PolitOpinion.com
@Mr_Pinko combines the LIES Hillary Clinton made up about Bosnia with bullshit artist Brian Williams in this epic MOCKUMENTARY.
Hillary Clinton and Brian Williams both embellished and lied about their participation with the military.
John Nolte of Breitbart.com writes: “How in the world did NBC News let its biggest star and face of its division run around America for more than ten years telling stolen valor lies, lie-lies, whoppers, white lies, exaggerations, and — if you want to be charitable — embellishments.”
“Brian Williams didn’t just spew bald-faced lies from David Letterman’s couch. He lied repeatedly on the air at NBC News and its affiliates. He lied to NBC News legend Tim Russert. Stories Williams’ shared with NBC’s own Tom Brokaw both on the air and at Columbia Journalism school are now disputed. Things told to other reporters don’t add up.”
Brian Williams was not allowed back in the anchor’s chair on NBC Nightly News, the network announced. Lester Holt replaced him. Williams serves as a breaking news anchor for MSNBC—which sends an odd mixed message in the wake of his much-publicized scandal. Hillary Clinton remains the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. An even odder message sent to the American people.
Donald Trump has described Hillary Clinton as a “world-class liar.” “Just look at her pathetic email and server statements, or her phony landing in Bosnia where she said she was under attack and the attack turned out to be young girls handing her flowers.”
On that Bosnia trip, Trump picked one of Clinton’s most prominent transgressions. When she made that claim, we rated it Pants on Fire in 2008. Here’s why.
During an introduction to a foreign policy speech on Iraq on March 17, 2008, then-Sen. Hillary Clinton reminisced about her days as first lady and a trip to Tuzla, Bosnia, she made in March 1996.
“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”
But that’s not what happened, as demonstrated by CBS News video that shows Clinton arriving on the tarmac under no visible duress, and greeting a child who offers her a copy of a poem. The Washington Post Fact Checker also turned a skeptical eye on Clinton’s comments, reporting that a review of more than 100 news stories from the time documented no security threats to the First Lady.
CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson, who covered Clinton on the Bosnia visit, wrote of her memories of the trip: “To be sure, it was not the ‘safest’ trip for a first lady to take: there were serious risks in traveling to Bosnia, even for the president’s wife under the vigilant protection of the U.S. military. It took some guts for her to go. But I don’t recall, and did not note, any close calls on this trip with sniper fire or any other dangers. ”
Hillary Clinton didn’t think the danger was so imminent that she brought along her only daughter, Chelsea.
Immediately after the speech that day, a reporter asked Clinton about remarks from others on the trip who suggested the trip was for photo opportunities rather than foreign policy and she stood by her account of sniper fire. “There was no greeting ceremony, and we basically were told to run to our cars. Now, that is what happened,” she said.
But she retracted the remarks a week later, telling the Philadelphia Daily News editorial board on March 24, 2008, that she “misspoke,” correcting herself to say she had been told there was a threat of sniper fire in the area. The next day she told reporters, “So I made a mistake. That happens. It shows I’m human, which for some people is a revelation.”
Watch and enjoy @Mr_Pinko’s MOCKUMENTARY as Hillary Clinton and Brian Williams tell their war stories as it happened… in their minds.