Following Hillary Clinton’s appearance on Meet The Press Sunday, several staffers and supporters all tweeted practically identical comments, leading some to suggest that the Hillary Campaign is directing Democratic support groups.

Mediaite notes:

Now at first, it may appear that these responses were all coordinated in some fashion. However, it would be against the law for campaign officials to coordinate with a pro-Clinton Super PAC director like Brad Woodhouse. So clearly it’s a coincidence that his tweet was identical to Clinton staffer Karen Finney’s.

Indeed, this must be a complete coincidence, and there is no evidence to suggest that Hillary had any hand in directing Democratic super PACs, the language used in the tweets doesn’t even sound like her…

Oh, wait…

During the interview, Hillary claimed that new revelations regarding her private email server were “another conspiracy theory.”

When Chuck Todd asked about a new charge that a recently released email exchange with former CIA director and retired Gen. David Petraeus occurred earlier than she acknowledged using her personal account, Hillary went off on one.

“During the ’90s, I was subjected to the same kind of barrage,” she said, adding “When I ran for the Senate, they overlooked all of that… I was elected senator after going through years of back and forth.”

She then asked Todd whether the next question would be about “another conspiracy theory”.

Todd also ran a video package showing all of Hillary’s flip flops, to which she claimed she changed her position because she has “evolved.”

Clinton claimed she has done all she can to take responsibility and “be as transparent as possible” regarding the private email server.

However, this morning Todd noted that Clinton contradicted herself during the interview, as she had previously claimed that she had gone through her own emails herself and deleted some of them, rather than handing them over to lawyers to deal with, as she claimed during the latest interview.


Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

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