Oops: Hillary Praises Bill For Staying Off Twitter During Presidency

Bill, Hillary and a gaggle of Clinton corruptocrats joined in for a celebration this weekend of the 25th-anniversary of Bill’s victory in the 1992 presidential election.

You know, that one in which he was threatened to be undone by the ‘vast, right-wing conspiracy’.

In the course of her usual self-congratulatory prevarication, she boasted about Bill’s presidency in which “he didn’t tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done.”

Um, pardon us for saying so, but there’s one small problem with that pat on the back: Twitter wasn’t invented until five years after Bill left the Oval Office.

So, of course, he didn’t tweet about it…he couldn’t.

She then used the occasion as a platform to pontificate about how that same vast right-wing conspiracy stopped her from from her rightful place as Presidentress of the United States.

Here’s more from Daily Wire…

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at a Clinton Foundation event on Saturday where she complained about people spreading misinformation about her as she delivered some misinformation of her own.

The event, which commemorated the 25th anniversary of Bill’s victory in the 1992 presidential election, featured both Clintons and their former campaign manager, James Carville.

Hillary blamed Fox News and other news outlets for many of both her and her husband’s problems and complained that right-leaning websites were responsible for spreading misinformation and alternative facts — echoing her mid-1990s claim that a “vast right wing conspiracy” was involved in destroying the Clintons’ reputations.

Hillary spoke about how difficult the process was to obtain peace in Northern Ireland during Bill’s first term and she bragged about Bill’s ability to stay off Twitter and get the work done.

“There was nothing fast and easy about it,” Hillary said. “He didn’t Tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done.”

Bill Clinton served as president of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Twitter was not created until 2006. Many in the first wave of Twitter users didn’t sign onto the platform until early 2007, nearly a decade after Clinton left office.


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