Hillary Clinton Makes Hilarious Excuse For Having Been On The Ellen Show Day Of Impeachment Vote

(Tea Party PAC) – Hillary Clinton is so full of it, she actually seems to believe her own lies now.

The Loser-In-Chief is claiming that she just “happened to be booked” on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” the very same day that the Senate was voting on Trump’s impeachment, as planned the week before.

Wow!

Imagine that!

So, of course, she just had to recite the talking points she just so happens to have memorized right before the appearance on the show, as well as to double-down on her criticism of Bernie Sanders which totally coincidentally sounded like she wanted to run against him and to refuse to rule out becoming Vice President if the Democrats were to win the White House in 2020, which amazingly sounded like she was directly vying for it and using her television appearance to do so.

Sometimes the stars just align, guys!

Breitbart reports further on these amazing coincidences:

It may be instructive to recall that, as Breitbart News first reported, a 2009 draft State Department memo from Clinton’s time as Secretary of State listed DeGeneres as “a big supporter of Hillary Clinton and is willing to use her platform to help promote the agenda of the new Secretary of State.”

The memo did not explain how it obtained the purported information about DeGeneres’s alleged willingness to use her show to promote Clinton’s agenda.

The policy memo requested by Clinton recommended that the State Department utilize “Specialty Media” to get its foreign policy message across.

The memo urged Clinton to use her star power and singled out shows including Oprah, Ellen, The View, and others to be used to “amplify and deliver messages that advance policymaking.”

“The line between daytime talk shows and hard news becomes more and more blurred as headlines in one realm make headlines in the other,” wrote Jin Chon, in a three-page memo dated January 18, 2009. Chon served as spokesman for specialty media for Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign.

The memo, marked as a draft, was addressed to “Secretary of State-Designate Hillary Clinton Transition Team” and was titled, “Draft Memo: Specialty Media in the Age of Secretary Clinton.” It was contained in a February 5, 2009 email Chon sent to top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. The email was part of a batch of State emails released lain 2016 in response to a Judicial Watch lawsuit.

So take that into account when you consider the timing of Thursday’s Ellen scheduling.

Clinton, of course, had a lot to say about the impeachment verdict which she said had her “disappointed.”

Right.

“The evidence was really clear,” Clinton claimed. “There was no doubt by the time it was all presented that actually the president [had] done what he was accused of. In fact, he admitted that he’d done what he was accused of. He just didn’t think anybody would hold him accountable.”

As for a VP slot, Clinton humbly noted that she “probably” won’t be asked but one should “never say never.”

And Sanders, of whom she said recently that “Nobody likes him” and “nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician.”

“Well, it’s from the film, which was probably filmed about a year-and-a-half ago or so,” Clinton explained to DeGeneres. “So it wasn’t in the midst of the election.”

Still, the two-time failed presidential candidate took sharp aim at Sanders saying that she has a “clear perspective about what it’s going to take to win.”

“You’ve got to be responsible for what you say and what you say you’re going to do,” she said. “And if you promise the moon and you can’t deliver the moon, then that’s going to be one more indicator of how we just can’t trust each other.”

“I just want everybody to understand how high the stakes are and to hold every candidate and every public office holder accountable for what they do or don’t do,” Clinton stated.

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