When Questioned on NPR About Homosexual Marriage Flip Flop Hillary EXPLODES [VIDEO]


Hill the Pill is at it again. I just love writing these feel good stories about classy people. It really warms the heart. In an interview with NPR, Hillary just couldn’t answer

Hillary Clinton seemingly cannot stand the heat of being asked tough questions, not even being able to handle follow-up questions by Hillary-friendly, government funded, NPR radio.

Hillary blew up at NPR radio host Terry Gross this week when asked about her flip-flop (or is it “evolving?) stance on homosexual marriage, telling the host she was “playing with my words.”

“Would you say your view evolved since the 90s, or that the American public evolved, allowing you to state your real view?” asked radio host Terry Gross, referring to Clinton’s previous support for traditional marriage.

More by listening to the audio track below:

 

 

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Instead of answering a basic question, Hillary evades, and evades, and just gets more and more combative with the host. She basically ends the interview with accusing the host of twisting here words. Hillary Clinton, folks. Just what America needs, a 70 year old woman who can’t answer a basic question.

 

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Katie McGuire

Katie McGuire

I am a right-wing mom in the nursing field. I love politics and am active in several local campaigns at any given moment. I reside in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, enjoy homestead survival activities, travel, and my 2 corgis.

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