Hillary Clinton Caught Covering Up Unspeakable Sex Crimes

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Since Hillary Clinton began her campaign for the presidency in 2016, a series of skeletons in her closet have come to light that would derail the campaign of any man in her position. However, since she is a woman, the liberal media has made excuse after excuse for her mistakes, which include her notorious emails scandal.

However, it’s likely that even the all-powerful liberal media will not be able to explain this away.

Newly-surfaced documents show that Hillary’s State Department may have covered up allegations of sexual abuse within their own ranks. The memo obtained by the press cited eight examples, including accusations that a State Department security official in Beirut “engaged in sexual assaults” on foreign nationals hired as embassy guards.

Another of the accusations was that members of Hillary’s own personal security detail “engaged prostitutes while on official trips in foreign countries” — a problem the report says was “endemic.”

Not all of the allegations involved sex. One of them was that an “underground drug ring” was being operated close to the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, and that this ring was supplying State Department officials with drugs.

All of these allegations happened under Hillary’s watch while she was Secretary of State: if she can’t even effectively lead the State Department, how can she be counted on to lead our whole country??

While Hillary is incompetent, she is no fool. She knew that if these allegations came out, her dreams of being president would be over forever. Because of this, she swept all these allegations under the rug in a desperate attempt to hide them.

Unfortunately for her, these allegations have now come to light, and losing the presidency should be the least of her worries. Now, Hillary may be facing jail time for her part in these sex and drug crimes.

What do you think should be done to Hillary because of this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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