If you have time to check out this brutal 13-minute video that catches every major lie Clinton has uttered throughout her political career, I suggest you do. It’s painful. It’s annoying. And it totally shows her as one of the most inauthentic figures in American politics.
On gay marriage, she said public she was against it in 2002, and took to the Senate floor to declare her support for traditional marriage in 2004. By 2013, she changed her mind, and was pressed for reasons why she switched by NPR’s Terry Gross. It got a bit testy, with Clinton saying that she rejects the notion that her position on gay marriage shifted with the political wind (we all know that it did.)
Her email fiasco, her support of NAFTA, the huge lie that she cam under sniper fire when she visited the Balkans. It’s all here, even her dishonesty over political attacks regarding universal health care. In 2008, the Obama campaign attacked Clinton for suggesting her presidency could force everyone to buy health insurance. Clinton was outraged saying, “since when do Democrats attack one anther on universal health care?” Well, she’s since attacked Sen. Bernie Sanders’ stance on health care policy.
The point is that this video drives home the point that Clinton is untrustworthy, which is exactly how many Americans feel about her.