Can’t stop laughing at this. If it’s one thing Trump does well, it’s bashing Hillary. This website and new video takes the cake.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign unveiled an incendiary new web site that catalogues Hillary Clinton’s ‘tapestry of deciet.’
The site, ‘LyingCrookedHillary.com,’ weaves together two of Trump’s favorite Clinton insults, and seeks to boost online fundraising while lobbing criticism at his opponent.
While Trump has done plenty of that over the past months – including during a relentless attack speech Wednesday – the site uses other visual and digital methods.
A screaming logo meant to resemble a flashing neon sign reads, ‘Stop Lying Crooked Hillary.’
‘She’s at it again Spinning lies and weaving a tapestry of deceit that she hopes will cover the truth. Her despicable scandals and defenses place our country – and Americans like you – in jeopardy,’ according to the site.
Visitors are encouraged to hit ‘join’ or ‘donate’ buttons, the later of which invites those who ‘don’t believe her lies’ to give $10, $25, or $2,700.
‘Benghazi, classified emails, and her claim of being “dead broke.” We can’t let this liar back into the White House,’ according to the solicitation. Clinton’s face is completely illuminated in red on teh donation page.
The 2012 attacks on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya are the focus of the first of 10 ‘legendary lies,’ but contributors can get updates on subsequent fibs by leaving their contact information.
Text accompanying the video declares, ‘Hillary has no shame! The Benghazi attacks were a preventable tragedy disgraced further by Hillary’s web of lies.’
‘She knew within hours that the attacks in Benghazi were a terrorist attack, and not a spontaneous protest due to a You Tube Video. But she lied anyways,’ according to the text on the site. ‘She stood in front of the flag-draped coffins of four Americans that died serving their country and peddled the lie that the video was to blame both to the victims’ families and the American public.’
The video quotes from a hearing before a special House Benghazi committee. It shows video of Clinton on Sept. 14, 2012 attributing the attack to an anti-American internet video. It then quotes from an internal State Department document containing referencing a Clinton conversation with the foreign minister of Egypt calling the attack a ‘planned attack – not a protest.’