Hillary Insinuates Democratic Primary Debates Were Rigged; Obama Says No, But He Took The Pillow

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Most people are well aware that the DNC manipulated the results of the Democratic Primary. It was the cornerstone of the largest protest ever at the Convention. Obama says that is ridiculous, but he knows he is lying. The last time it happened, the fix was in to get Obama elected.

Hillary SAID THE DEBATES WERE RIGGED 8 YEARS AGO.

Two which CNN responded, “Hillary Clinton appeared to suggest Barack Obama has consistently received favorable treatment at recent Democratic debates, saying Tuesday night she is often the first one to field questions from the debate moderators.”

On Good Morning America it was also discussed.

“Good Morning America” host Diane Sawyer and ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, a former top aide to Bill Clinton, discussed media bias on Wednesday’s show. The topic, however, wasn’t liberal spin. Instead, Sawyer wondered if “the media is, in general, easier on Barack Obama than they are on [Hillary Clinton]?”

The favoritism and rigging of the debates was so obvious Saturday Night Live even had a comedy skit about it.

After the Saturday Night Live show, Hillary emulated the SNL skit when she was asked the first question during the debate. Essentially, she was saying that she herself believed the debates were being rigged so she would lose. She sarcastically asked if Obama was comfortable and offers to get him a pillow.

Hillary was well aware that the DNC was rigging elections eight years ago. And she was well aware of it this time around, and there is evidence of it. There is no mistaking her meaning in this quote: Obama is not helping at all by saying it wasn’t, because he will be caught in the lie, and it damages his credibility right along with hers. Ask Obama if she lied to Congress under oath. If he says that is ridiculous, he truly defines himself.

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