The joke goes like this. Trump should build the border wall out of copies of the Mueller Report. People can’t seem to get over that. A second option might be Hillary losing Wisconsin because of voter suppression.
Ms. Clinton has, on at least three occasions, repeated the same refrain, which has already been proven false, by Liberal fact-checkers. But hey, there’s that sniper thing. She’s named after a famous guy who was unknown when she was born, and, the those 30,000 deleted emails were wedding and yoga stuff.
And, wait for it, she “was the first person who ran for president without the protection of the Voting Rights Act.” Which never applied to Wisconsin. Never.
That aside, she continues to wield numbers made up by some disarmed staffer ducking hurled dishware or office supplies.
“It made a difference in Wisconsin, where the best studies that have been done said somewhere between 40,000 and 80,000 people were turned away from the polls because of the color of their skin, because of their age, because of whatever excuse could be made up to stop a fellow American citizen from voting.”
“It” (the voting rights act) did not apply. But if it did, both PolitiFact and the Washington Post gave her and her studies “Pantsuit on fire” rating.
Hillary, lying? Some might ask, when does she tell the truth?
“Hillary Clinton just can’t quit Wisconsin,” PolitiFact snarked in response. “Or, more specifically, can’t quit blaming its voting system for her 2016 electoral defeat.” The fact-checker rehashed all the reasons it had laid out before, saying “Clinton’s numbers still aren’t anywhere close to accurate.”
There is zero evidence that anything Ms. Clinton claims is true, reiterated by fact-checkers who have every reason to, under other circumstances, cut her some slack.
And yet she continues to repeat them to whoever will listen. I assume that doesn’t include Bill who may be nodding his head and making uhm hmm noises while thinking about a nice cut of beef or some other woman, when and where (in his mind) those are not the same thing.