WikiLeaks Humiliates Bill Clinton On Twitter After Catching Him In Shameless Lie

Sunday, January 14, 2018
By Paul Martin

Baxter Dmitry
YourNewsWire.com
January 14, 2018

WikiLeaks dropped a bomb on Bill Clinton after catching the former president spreading a shameless lie on Twitter about how the Clinton Foundation spent the billions of dollars donated to their Haiti relief fund.

Bill Clinton isn’t a regular Twitter user, but he used his verified account to lash out at reports claiming Chelsea Clinton’s wedding was paid for with $3 million taken from the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti fund.

Bill Clinton tweeted:

“No Clinton Foundation funds—dedicated to Haiti or otherwise—were used to pay for Chelsea’s wedding. It’s not only untrue, it’s a personal insult to me, to Hillary, and to Chelsea and Marc.”

Clinton also attached an article by a Washington Post ‘fact checker’ titled, “Did The Clinton Foundation Pay For Chelsea’s Wedding?”

That’s when WikiLeaks decided to step in and humiliate Bill Clinton in public.

By reminding the world that they have proof the Clintons did in fact pay for Chelsea’s wedding with money taken from the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti relief fund, WikiLeaks gave Slick Willy the public beat down he deserves.

Shameless Bill Clinton isn’t known for his honesty, but he must have forgotten that WikiLeaks have the proof about Chelsea’s wedding in black and white. Surely he didn’t think he could get away with this whopper?

To ram the point home, WikiLeaks linked back to a document contained in one of John Podesta’s emails from top Clinton aide Doug Band:

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One Response to “WikiLeaks Humiliates Bill Clinton On Twitter After Catching Him In Shameless Lie”

  1. H.T.

    Is that all the “Accountability” we can expect for Bill Clinton and people like him to get nowadays – to be “humiliated”? Brings to mind 2 Thess. 2 and “Lawlessness”.

    #3528526

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