The Project Veritas videos, which exposed both voter fraud and the DNC admitting to “stirring the pot” at Trump rallies, have commandeered the news cycles (watch EXPOSED: DNC Caught Inciting Violence at Trump Rallies and Second Project Veritas Video Exposes MASSIVE Democrat Voter Fraud). Well, the less traditional news cycles. Good luck finding coverage on mainstream media.
Which is why Madam Screech being asked about the “DNC operatives” in a post-debate presser is a surprise:
If you can get through the smirking, the smugness, and Hillary wearing white after Labor Day, I applaud you. If you thew up in your mouth a little bit, I relate.
The interviews were going just fine up until Andrea Mitchell tried shoving her microphone in Hillary’s face only to be interrupted by an off-camera reporter who started asking about “DNC operatives…”
“Have some drinks…”
That’s when the She Devil waved off the interview, saying she “knows nothing about that.” Uh uh. She apparently knew enough about it to stay the heck away from discussing it on camera, though. She dismissed the topic as a Trump “conspiracy theory.” Which, hey, Trump has his conspiracy theories, sure. But the DNC poking around in Trump rallies hoping to cause a ruckus, isn’t a conspiracy or a theory. It happened. There are undercover tapes which show it.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t have a guilty conscience about what the DNC did. I base that assumption on the past transgressions she’s committed in an effort to get elected (her email server, Benghazi, alleged rape coverups). So DNC operatives carrying out the bidding of DNC higher ups, all with the goal of electing her, isn’t going to phase The She Witch of Arkansas.
If Hillary still has a conscience, she’s tied it up and shoved it in a closet. The same closet where she keeps dresses. And decency.
Hillary will not answer for what the DNC did. It’s simply foolish to believe she ever will. Even when a reporter tries to corner her on a plane, where there is no easy exit, Hillary mounts the broom and flees.
Advice to the off camera reporter: find your own safe space.