Hillary Clinton is under fire for a hilarious lie about trying to joint he Marines. The story is so unbelievable that even liberals at the New York Times ripped it to shreds.

Hillary’s claim, which blames the Marines for supposed sexism, deserves to be examined carefully by voters. And this situation brings to mind a now-famous internet photo of Hillary (a former anti-war activist) shaking hands with an Army soldier.

Captured back in 2003, the soldier flashed the “coercion” sign while meeting Hillary in Iraq. That is something enlisted men are taught in Survival School, used by POW’s to show our intelligence service details about what’s going on during hostage situations.

Clearly, this soldier felt coerced into meeting Hillary, and it became so widely viewed online that even liberal Snopes.com discussed it at length.

The soldier has since commented on that now-famous incident to clarify:

“The picture of me and Hillary Clinton was taken when she came to visit Iraq. I was actually ordered to shake her hand, and I never figured that my friends would circulate it all over the net. I AM NOT a Hillary fan by any stretch.”

Clearly, Hillary Clinton is too comfortable with lying about her interactions with the American military. And it wasn’t long ago when she claimed she was under “sniper fire in Bosnia,” only to be exposed for that extreme exaggeration…

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