An investigation by a notoriously liberal magazine has disproven Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s claim that as first lady in 1997, she worked in tandem with then-House Majority Leader Tom DeLay to craft a bipartisan adoption bill meant to help children.
According to Mother Jones, DeLay has denied having worked with Clinton on that bill. Moreover, his claim was “backed up by legislative and White House records, video archives, and confirmed by several people involved with the bill.”
Yet Clinton has repeatedly touted the exact opposite, using this fictional tale of bipartisanship to demonstrate her capability to reach across the aisle and get the job done — as well as show Americans that she cared about children.
“I worked with Tom DeLay, one of the most partisan Republicans in the congress, to reform the adoption and foster care system,” she said during a February town hall. “We never became friends, but we did something good for a lot of young kids who had better lives because of it.”
Liar, liar, pants on fire.
Here’s the clincher: This lie wasn’t uncovered by conservatives, which of course would have led to accusations of “right-wing conspiracies,” but rather by the very same liberal media establishment that typically fawns over Clinton.
This woman has been cold busted, and any attempts by her to pawn this new scandal off on the right will not work this time around. Furthermore, even her husband, former President Bill Clinton, has participated in this lie.
“She and Tom DeLay got together, and one of the happiest bill signings I ever did was signing the bill they agreed on,” he said during a stump speech in New Hampshire last year.
If this whopper — one that involved children, I might add — doesn’t finally certify to liberals that the Clintons are nothing but liars, then there truly is no hope for them ever waking up.