Sicka’ liars YET? ~Shapiro
Just imagine if weights and measurements were all done away with. Is that a liter, an ounce, or a milliliter? Aww, who cares, it’s all the same right?
No. We need STANDARDS…especially if you’re “fixin'” undergo anesthesia.
TRUTH used to be the standard…now, not so much. Have you ever simply thought about the economic impact lying has on our economy? How about the political, moral and spiritual implications…not to mention diseases; eww, gross.
Faith without works is dead*. Christianity is not to be lived as if it is merely a “Get Out of Hell FREE card”, otherwise it will be, “Depart from Me I never knew you”
Hillary Clinton is a liar, and we have known this since 1974. Now, “Slick Willie”, will be required to undergo DNA testing for a child said to be his…whadda YOU think???
This is why truth matters folks, it’s our “anchor” that keeps us safe in the harbor.
Here’s what cutie Ben Shapiro has to say about Hillary, shared from Truth Revolt
“Hillary Clinton says that she is the most transparent woman in American politics. There’s just one problem – Hillary Clinton lies… a lot. Ben Shapiro takes a trip in the way back machine to look at a few of the more egregious examples.
“Hillary Clinton is the most transparent woman she knows. She said so in 2008″:
‘I think I’m probably the most transparent person in public life…I feel you know a lot more about me than you know about anyone else.’ Much of it untrue, but nevertheless, it’s all out there.
Unfortunately, Hillary is a liar. When news emerged this week that Hillary had set up a private email server the day before her nomination as Secretary of State, and had used her private email address for her entire tenure as Secretary of State so that there were no government records of those emails, and that her aides also used private email addresses, and that her server had the capacity to fully delete emails, and that hackers could have hacked her emails…no one should have been surprised. Of course she did.
Let’s take a trip in the wayback machine.
When Hillary Clinton was 27, back in 1974, she worked for the House Judiciary Committee, which was investigating Richard Nixon. According to her boss, Democrat Jerry Zeifman, Hillary met with Teddy Kennedy’s chief political strategist – a violation of House rules. She then manipulated the system to avoid investigating Nixon, hoping he’d stick around long enough to sink Republican election chances in 1976, letting her boy Teddy into the White House.
According to the guy who shared office space with Hillary, John Labovitz, Hillary gave “erroneous legal opinions” and tried to “deny Nixon representation by counsel.” Zeifman said that Hillary wrote a “fraudulent legal brief” and “confiscated public documents.” Zeifman fired her and wouldn’t give her a letter of recommendation. Zeifman later wrote a book stating that “Hillary Clinton is ethically unfit to be either a senator or president.”
Fast forward twenty years. Hillary’s now in the White House, and there’s a big search going on for a memorandum written by a former presidential aide regarding the firing of members of the White House travel office. They go missing for two years. At the same time, documents regarding Hillary Clinton’s work at the Rose Law firm in Arkansas – specifically, regarding a savings and loan company run by the Clintons’ business partner in the Whitewater land venture – go missing for two years.
Then, in January 1996, they miraculously appear. The Rose Law firm documents magically show up. A White House aide finds them. In the White House. In a storage area in the third-floor of the White House – the private residence of the President and First Lady. And the long-lost memo shows up just a couple of days later. How miraculous. Hillary’s lawyers said that she had no idea the documents were there. Except that the FBI found Hillary’s fingerprints on the documents. Oopsies. Hillary is still the only First Lady in American history to be fingerprinted by the FBI.”
To read the rest, visit the brilliant Ben Shapiro’s Truth Revolt
*Mark Driscoll, Joel O’Steen, Todd Wagner