With each passing day, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign grows more and more obviously fake.
At a town hall event Wednesday in Haverford, Pennsylvania, for instance, the campaign was busted choosing a child actress “at random” to ask the Democrat candidate a question.
Brennan Alice Leach was her name, and it turned out that she was more than just an actress; she was also the daughter of State Sen. Daylin Leach, a Democrat.
“At my school, body image is a really big issue for girls my age,” the actress said, according to The New York Times, which identified her by name but failed to disclose her acting history, let alone her father’s connection to Clinton.
“I see with my own eyes the damage Donald Trump does when he talks about women and how they look,” she continued, after which she asked what Clinton would do to help girls understand “that they are so much more than just what they look like.”
If it were not for a YouTube user known as “SpangleVision,” nobody would have known that the girl was an actress who had most likely been paid — or at least coached — to lob such a softball question to Clinton.
“If the participants were chosen at random, why is the camera ready to go two minutes before she asks her question?” he asked in his video.
Moreover, why did it seem as if Clinton knew exactly what to say, as if she had already written out her answer beforehand?
“Because the question was fabricated, and you knew it was coming,” he added.
Liberals will of course deny it, largely because they live in a fantasy world, but it is obvious to the rest of the nation that the Democrat candidate staged the whole thing, just as she has done countless times in the past.
Nice try though, Hillary.