Proof-positive that Hillary’s authenticity software has a few bugs in it

Whoever uploaded the authenticity software into Hillary Clinton before her appearance on Face the Nation this morning should be concerned, because the program obviously has a few bugs in it:

“Knowing that you don’t want to engage in phony makeovers, give us three words that is the real Hillary Clinton,” Dickerson asked.

Clinton again cackled at the question.

“Just three? I couldn’t possibly do that,” Clinton said. “I mean look, I am a real person with all of the pluses and minuses that go along with being that. And I have been in the public eye for so long that I think that it’s like the feature you see sometimes ‘real people actually go shopping.’ You know?”

If the words “I am a real person” have to be said, you’ve got a problem. But to prove she’s a real person, Hillary’s campaign has even put out a new ad:


Hillary also assured Americans that her forthcoming book “To Serve Man” is not a cookbook.

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