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Hillary Clinton pumps her fist as she is introduced at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., May 25, 2018. Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute honored Clinton with the 2018 Radcliffe Medal. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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As I’ve said before, the Democrat/mainstream media industrial complex all love to gush about the supposed political prowess of Hillary Clinton. But those of us in the cheap seats who marvel at her uncanny ability stick her foot in her mouth at every opportunity on issues like the alleged inability of others to accept election results, “witness intimidation“, no one being “above the law” see things from a much more realistic perspective.

As she often does, Clinton logged on to Twitter Monday morning to take her customary daily shots at President Trump. In this instance, she lobbed an accusation at Trump that other Democrats like 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, his vice-presidential running mate Sen. Kamala Harris and others have:

Unfortunately for the failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, not only did she make the allegation without evidence, but other Twitter users didn’t hesitate to point out how this was yet another example of her penchant for owning herself without realizing it:

Hopefully, President Trump will bring up the Benghazi point to Joe Biden when the Democratic nominee inevitably tries Hillary’s dunk on him at an upcoming presidential debate.

Because not only do Biden, Harris, Clinton, and others on the left and in the mainstream media need it explained to them that there’s a big difference between not wanting to panic people vs. “not caring whether your fellow Americans live or die”, but Benghazi was and is an unresolved Obama-Biden administration scandal, after all, and one in which Biden himself has given contradictory statements.

(Hat tip: Twitchy)

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