Tim Kaine pathetically tries to defend Hillary Clinton’s email lies
The House Oversight Committee has laid out the case for perjury charges against Hillary Clinton for lying to the Congress when she testified on her email scandal in front of the Congress. Here is a video which juxtaposes what Hillary Clinton testified in front of the Congress with what the FBI investigation found:
Earlier today Tim Kaine was put in the awkward position of trying to defend Hillary Clinton’s email lies, here is more:
Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine (D., Va.) defended Hillary Clinton’s lies about her email scandal Wednesday, telling NBC someone is bound to use the wrong words if asked the same question 150 times.
Today host Savannah Guthrie brought up Clinton’s trust issues in her interview with Kaine, saying they has dogged Clinton throughout her campaign. Polls consistently show a majority of the public does not find Clinton honest, often citing her email scandal.
“If you look at what she said over the past year or so about her email, I can count at least four statements that just turned out not to be true. Has she earned that mistrust?” Guthrie asked.
“Savannah, if you ask somebody a question 150 times or 200 times, you’re going to be able to find that they don’t use exactly the same word every time, and there’s going to be variations, and then people are going to play on those,” Kaine said.
Savannah Guthrie pointed out to Tim Kaine that Hillary Clinton used the same verbiage every time she was asked the question, this was not an example of somebody using the wrong words because they have been asked the same question over and over but rather the fact that what she said over and over was simply not true.
Guthrie cut in that Clinton actually used the same verbiage, but “it just happens to not be true.”
But for the sake of argument let us pretend that Tim Kaine’s excuse is valid: is not changing the verbiage after having been asked the same question hundreds of times what landed Scooter Libby in jail?
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