(Tea Party PAC) – Hillary Clinton is brazenly hypocritical to the point of psychopathy.
This is not news.
What is news is that not only does this woman, who has wriggled out of legal accountability for an endless list of obvious crimes, just tweeted out “no one is above the law.”
Clearly a reference to Donald Trump, who is well on his way to be acquitted in the Senate’s impeachment trial, and who also robbed her of what she views of her entitled crown that is a position in the White House in 2016.
This is ironic for so, so very many reasons, not the least of which is the woman used the State Department as her own personal crime den and escaped prosecution by the same Deep State FBI that set up Trump in the Russia hoax to try to help her win the election.
It is also ironic, because this tweet, self-righteously declaring “In America, no one is above the law” was issued on the same day that she used her secret service detail to turn away legal documents attempting to be served to her as part of a lawsuit.
See what I mean? Psychopath. No one sane would be so very bold.
Richard Nixon once made this argument: "When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal."
He was forced to resign in disgrace.
In America, no one is above the law. https://t.co/MXctxLr1sj
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 30, 2020
Summit News explains:
So no one is above the law, except if it’s Hillary Clinton, who has now TWICE refused to accept service from Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s lawyers, as part of a $50 million defamation suit relating to Clinton’s accusations that Gabbard is a “Russian asset”.
Gabbard’s attorney, Brian Dunne told The New York Post, “I find it rather unbelievable that Hillary Clinton is so intimidated by Tulsi Gabbard that she won’t accept service of process. But I guess here we are.”
The Post notes that “Dunne said their process server first attempted to effect service at Clinton’s house in Chappaqua on Tuesday afternoon — but was turned away by Secret Service agents.”
The report continues, “The agents directed the server to Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall, who on Wednesday claimed at his Washington, DC, firm, Williams & Connolly, that he was unable to accept service on Clinton’s behalf, said Dunne.”
Rep. Gabbard on her new $50M lawsuit against Hillary Clinton:
— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 24, 2020
Just some friendly reminders about Clinton’s regard of the law: