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By Lexi Morgan
(INTELLIHUB) — Shockingly in a bizarre on-air admission the Madam Secretary Hillary Clinton, herself, says she is a ‘robot’ of sorts.
In fact during the interview Clinton talked about how she doesn’t even sweat physically. I mean really, does it get any more insane?
“The weirdest thing about me is that I don’t sweat.”
“You guys are the first to realize that I’m really not even a human being,” Clinton said.
She went on explaining in some contorted fantasy (or is it the truth?) how she was “constructed in a garage in Palo Alto a very long time ago.”
After all people like David Icke have been exposing these people as lizards for years. Why not entertain the idea of robots, clones, or cyborgs at this point?
“People think that, you know, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, they created it,” the Madam Secretary pointed out.
Strangely Hillary kept going by adding yet another detail into the mix, saying that the man who created her will remain “nameless.”
Then when asked by one of the show hosts, “Are there more of you?”
Again Clinton replied rather oddly saying, “I thought he [my creator] threw away the plans, at least that’s what he told me when he programmed me — that there would be no more.” Just as if this cooked up fantasy is a reality, I mean she really played it up.
“I’ve seen more people that kind of don’t sweat, and other things, that make me think maybe they are part of the new race that he created: the robot race,” Clinton said adding, “you can’t tell anybody.”
Why Hillary Clinton Doesn’t Sweat — BuzzFeed.com
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Lexi Morgan is a journalist and activist by heart, always striving to promote thought-provoking issues not commonly known or covered most. Lexi is an anti-New World Order, anti-corruption activist, but also enjoys the finer things in life including racing cars, riding motocross, and skydiving. Lexi is an exclusive weapon of Intellihub.
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