Former First Lady, former Senator for New York, former failed presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, spoke about fake news during a speech on Thursday for retiring faker, Nevada Senator Harry Reid.
Fake news is like "crooked" news, and for Clinton to be talking about something that is untrue is like a drug addict talking about the wonders of heroin.
Reid, as you may recall, admitted to the media that he lied about Mitt Romney tax situation, but he did it for the party. Hillary, as you may recall, never let truth stand in the way of her political agenda.
Hillary said that the increase in fake news is an epidemic. This was her first speech since blowing the election as she lost America's 'deplorables' vote.
"It's now clear that so-called fake news can have real-world consequences," Clinton said at the Capitol. She did not discuss what consequences may come from having a private email server hacked by nefarious forces, but the question never came up.
An incident involving a gunman who fired inside a Washington pizza shop became a target of a fake conspiracy story.
But when it comes to fake accents used to trick the voters into thinking you're "one of them," well, Hillary Clinton may have the market cornered. (Check out the video.)
Regarding other forms of fake displays, Clinton said the issue is "not about politics or partisanship. Lives are at risk. Lives of ordinary people just trying to go about their days to do their jobs, contribute to their communities."
Fortunately, nobody threw up at her fake comments.