Students Dumbfounded Over Hillary Flip-Flop

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Politicians have perhaps the most profound reputation for being liars that are looking out for no one but themselves. Proving just that, MRC TV’s Dan Joseph took a drive out George Mason University to reveal quite the flip-flop mindset – and the reactions when they found out who it was, were priceless.

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Reading a quote from back in 2000, Joseph asked several students what they would think of the person who said this:

“Marriage has historic, religious and moral content that goes back to the beginning of time, and I think a marriage is as a marriage has always been, between a man and a woman.”

Of course, seeing how the college was littered with a flurry of progressive millennials completely out of touch with reality, the responses were less than approving. While some said they would never come listen to the person who said that, if they came to speak at the school, others were more wary of Joseph’s trap.

One man stated that it may have been a quote from a Democrat from about 10 years ago and as it turns out; he hit the nail on the head. Joseph soon reveals that the words actually came from Hillary Clinton’s mouth and the reactions from the interviewed students were hilarious.


Ranging from, “Uh-oh,” to “what,” and “really,” some surprisingly thought the question may have been loaded. A few conveyed that it really didn’t surprise them as politicians have a way of just miraculously changing their views if it benefits them (i.e. more votes).

Ding, ding, ding – we have a winner.

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Joseph later notes that the quote was older and that over time, Hillary evolved her views, but the fact remains true; it wasn’t because she changed her mind. Hillary Clinton is nothing but a slithery snake that makes sure nothing sticks to her when the “you-know-what” hits the fan.

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