There’s no evidence…except the freaking sex tape! Hillary slammed Trump for making up “conspiracy theory,” even though it’s not a theory. Dang, Hillary will lie even if the truth is staring the WHOLE WORLD in the face.
Hillary Clinton claims Donald Trump’s assertion that former Miss Universe Alicia Machado appeared in a sex tape is a “conspiracy theory,” while the New York Times says there is no evidence for it, despite the fact that Machado did indeed appear in a sex tape.
Hillary responded to Trump’s continued questioning of her using Machado as a campaign surrogate by tweeting that his claims about her past were “conspiracy theories”.
What kind of man stays up all night to smear a woman with lies and conspiracy theories?
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 30, 2016
In his original tweet, Trump said that Machado had appeared in a “sex tape”.
Did Crooked Hillary help disgusting (check out sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. citizen so she could use her in the debate?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2016
“Fact-checkers have found no evidence that Ms. Machado, who was featured in Playboy, appeared in a sex tape. Her critics may be referring to a risqué scene that she appeared in on a reality television show,” reported the New York Times, running defense for Hillary.
Except that’s patently not true.
Machado was seen having sex…..on tape. In what universe is that not a sex tape?
She romped on camera with Fernando Acaso on a Spanish reality TV show called The Farm while being engaged to someone else at the time.
The Times’ description of the incident as a “risqué scene” is a complete euphemism.
Listen to what Machado was recorded on tape saying during the encounter.
“Oh your d***, my love, what a tasty d***! Your d*** is divine.”
Does that sound “risqué” to you, or does it sound like what you’d hear on a sex tape?
The New York Times is flagrantly lying to its readers and Trump has been vindicated once again.
Alicia Machado clearly appeared in a sex tape.