Clinton Speculation: Hillary Accused of Faking Concussion to Avoid Benghazi Testimony

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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently fainted and suffered a concussion, which has critics of this fall's debacle in Benghazi, Libya, crying foul.

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    I think all you reporters or so called reporters ought to shut the f@@k yup and leave everyone alone. What are you going to think up next? You make me sick.


    The same way she investigate the Watergate case, I do believe it is fair to investigate the her for the Bengazi


    If the American people buy this crap then they deserve the Communism that Obama is getting ready to install. Hillary and Obama watched these 4 people die versus fighting the Muslim Brotherhood because Obama is a Muslim.


    She is a disgusting cow, of course she lied about her "concussion". Coward.

    @ Cammie

    Why such hatred for Hillary? She is a human being and can be really sick.


    Well of course she's faking it. She's always faked it. She is nothing buy Obozo's tool. I want to see her head on a platter for watching as 4 of our people died and she (nor the president) did anything about it.

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