It’s just weird that we live in a time when presidential candidates bicker with each other on a social media platform that has a 160-character limit.
In response to presidential hopeful Ben Carson answering a question about whether or not he thinks it would be okay to have a Muslim president with, “I absolutely would not agree with that,” Hillary Clinton tweeted this a few days ago:
Can a Muslim be President of the United States of America? In a word: Yes. Now let’s move on. -H pic.twitter.com/AB99hiUPie
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 21, 2015
Hm. That’s certainly an interesting comment that can be taken more than one way, and it just so happens to come from someone whose initial 2008 presidential campaign started the entire Obama birther movement to begin with.
Candidate Donald Trump shot back:
Just remember, the birther movement was started by Hillary Clinton in 2008. She was all in!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 23, 2015
And her supporters are busy trying to distance themselves from that little bit of history, but it’s on record.
And yes, Hillary was “all in” — she definitely wasn’t speaking out against the notion — until right at the very end of the June 2008 Bilderberg Meeting, when lo and behold, she “suddenly” decided to go all in behind Obama and step aside to take a Secretary of State position. (Gee… Wonder what they promised her then?)
Of course, most of Sheriff Arpaio’s work proving Obama’s birth certificate is fake has been largely ignored in the mainstream media.
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