Hillary Clinton Says the Bible is the ‘Biggest Influence’ in Her Life
How do you know when a lawyer is lying? When you see her lips move. Hillary Clinton is a lawyer. Mix that with her being a politician, and you can wager that almost everything she says is a lie. She’s been programmed to lie her way into seats of power.
She will say whatever is necessary to get elected. Hillary learned it from her husband. “I did not have sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky. . . . It all depends on what the meaning of ‘is’ is.”
And why not lie? If it worked for Bill; it can work for Hill. (I may have come up with her 2016 campaign slogan.)
The biggest whopper is that the Bible is the biggest influence in her life:
“Many believe a 2016 presidential bid by Hillary Clinton is all but inevitable. With her recent increase in media exposure, the former first lady seems to be adding credibility to those assumptions.
“Of course, the fledgling campaign has hit a few roadblocks this month – including an interview with Diane Sawyer last week that led to widespread criticism. An answer she gave during a New York Times interview published Sunday has resulted in similar backlash.
“In its Sunday Book Review, the newspaper asked Clinton a series of literature-based questions. One of the inquiries sought to determine the one book that made her who she is today.
“‘At the risk of appearing predictable,’ she responded, ‘the Bible was and remains the biggest influence on my thinking.’
“Clinton noted that she was ‘raised reading it’ and had memorized many of its passages. She contended that the Bible has guided her throughout her life.
“‘I still find it a source of wisdom, comfort and encouragement,’ she concluded.
Many who believe the values she has embraced as a public figure contradict God’s Word took to social media to express their incredulity.”
When I read what she had to say about the Bible to my wife, neither one of us could contain our laughter. Almost immediately, however, we both remarked that a lot of low information voters will believe her, and will be inclined to vote for her because of her “spirituality.”
While what Hillary said about the Bible sounds ridiculous to us, we know how ignorant voters are. They will conclude, based on her word alone, that she is a good Christian woman.
Am I exaggerating?:
Of course, they’re not discerning enough to ask, “If the Bible ‘remains the biggest influence on [her] thinking,’ then why doesn’t she abide by what it says on the major issues of the day?”
Hillary Clinton supports abortion on demand and has campaigned for same-sex everything.
Bill and Hillary opposed same-sex marriage when Bill was running for president, and when the political shift moved to support same-sex marriage, they changed their position.
Barack Obama did the same thing.
You may recall that when Hillary was addressing a black audience at a Selma, Alabama, church, she use some stereotypical black dialect to identify with her audience. It was embarrassing and insulting.
My wife and I weren’t the only ones who thought her claim was far beyond the stretch of a person’s imagination. People on both sides of the political aisle were incredulous and mocking.
Hillary is showing desperation. She sees it all slipping away so she is appealing to every political group she can, even if it means lying about her devotion to the Bible.