Hillary’s Camp Freaking Out As This Video Goes Viral… ‘No Way To Stop It Now’

Hillary Clinton’s latest scandal is the FBIs investigation into the Clinton Foundation. It seems like she can’t go a week without being under Federal investigation this election. In regards to that scandal, she told is that there’s “smoke, but no fire.” If she’s misusing cliches like that, she just also think that she can run and hide.

Unfortunately for her, there are far too many skeletons in her closet, and her scandals always catch up with her (even if she is given a free pass by the law). Think about all the Hillary scandals you can: Whitewater, Benghazi, Vince Foster, covering up her husbands deeds, cattle futures… the list goes on!

The only way she can get away with all of it is if people don’t know any better. Unfortunately for her, we’re all paying attention, and have thoroughly documented all of her lies.

The latest Hillary Clinton video to go viral has absolutely nothing to do with a massive coughing fit or more lies about her emails. Those are just the scandals of hers that you remember.

Here’s just one viral video that has racked up tens of millions of views since November, exposing some of Hillary’s early scandals you likely haven’t even heard of.

Via Conservative Post

The corruption and criminal activity by both Hillary and Bill Clinton is obvious to even the most feeble of minds. Her criminal past is undeniable.

Right now, Hillary and Trump are the two Presidential candidates with the highest dissatisfaction rates in history. Donald Trump doesn’t need to be liked – he needs to be liked more than Hillary Clinton. We’ve only got a few months remaining until the election, but I’m confident that Trump has manage to present himself as one iota more likable than Crooked Hillary by then.

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