Hillary Suggests China Should Hack IRS to Help Democrats get President Trump’s Tax Returns

Let’s clarify something. The Democrats spent tens of millions of dollars effectively proving that President Trump had absolutely no nefarious relationships with any foreign agents or representatives. After basing the entire platform of the left on the accusations that President Trump is a traitor, they were the ones who invested everything to exonerate him. It would be funny if it hadn’t been such a display of pure, corrupt evil.

You might remember that one of the biggest pieces of “evidence” was when then-candidate Trump suggested in a speech that Russian hackers could find Hillary’s missing emails. To any sane person, that obviously wasn’t collusion. It might have been in bad taste, but it was in no way a secret spy mission. Regardless, the left propped this up as absolute proof that President Trump is a foreign asset.

Fast forward a bit, and now Hillary Clinton is using a national interview to suggest that China should hack the IRS. If that isn’t the height of hypocrisy, then nothing is. She herself accused Mr. Trump of terrible things based on what he said about Russian hacking. Now, she has gone and escalated.

You don’t need to be told why this is significantly worse than what President Trump said on the campaign trail. Nevertheless, this video makes some important points that you should definitely check out.


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