Hillary Clinton Says Deplorables May Need a ‘Formal Deprogramming’


(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) Hillary Clinton—the queen of gaslighting, projection and outright pathological lying—has once again been on a tear lately of trying to goad conservatives, raising questions as to what her underlying motives may be.

In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that saw the 2016 election loser drop several stink bombs apropos of nothing conservatives had done to her, one clip in particular was making the rounds, in which she said that there should be a “formal deprogramming” of supporters of former President Donald Trump—a group that, according to one recent ABC News poll, comprises roughly 51% of the country.

“Sadly, so many of those extremists, MAGA extremists, take their orders from Donald Trump… at some point, there needs to be a formal deprogramming of the cult members,” Clinton claimed.

Although Clinton’s rhetoric on its own may be difficult to take seriously, it comes on the heels of a shocking Newsweek report that revealed the corrupt FBI has been actively targeting Trump supporters for investigation because of their political beliefs—an unprecedented situation in U.S. history and a stunning abuse of civil liberties.

Clinton went on to spout a dishonest talking point comparing Democrat Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s tenure as House speaker to that of Kevin McCarthy, who was recently ousted by eight fellow Republicans. Clinton claimed that Pelosi had passed “consequential legislation” although, in fact, Democrats spent much of their time preoccupied with impeaching Trump.

Clinton recently spent the bulk of another interview projecting her own dishonesty onto Trump by, ironically, accusing him of projection. “[W]henever he accuses somebody else of doing something, it’s almost guaranteed he’s doing it himself or he’s already done it,” she claimed with stunning lack of self-awareness in an interview with MSNBC’s Jen Psaki before proceeding to push the long debunked falsehood that the 2016 election was stolen from her.

“The Russians have proved themselves to be quite adept at interfering, and if he has a chance, he’ll do it again,” she claimed.

“I don’t think—despite all of the deniers—there’s any doubt that he interfered in our election,” she added, ostensibly referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Clintons also raised eyebrows recently by announcing their plans to expand the Clinton Foundation’s work into Ukraine, where they likely seek to reap a major profit off the billions in untraceable U.S. taxpayer dollars floating around, as well as the robust child-trafficking market.

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/realbensellers.