DID HILLARY CHEAT? Internet Abuzz After First Debate – 3 Ways She May Have Cheated

Guest post by Joe Hoft

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Hillary Clinton is not above cheating, lying or stealing to get what she wants so it shouldn’t be any surprise that she is being accused of cheating during Monday’s 1st Presidential debate.  Here are 3 ways that she may have cheated:

A picture from after the debate shows Clinton with some sort of device taped to her back below her clothing. Speculation is that this is a device that works with an ear piece that Hillary could have used to receive feedback from advisors during the debate.

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Another way that Clinton was accused of cheating was in signals that she gave to the moderator Lester Holt. During the debate when Clinton wanted to signal Holt that she wanted the floor, she rubbed her face in a manner similar to a baseball manager.

According to True Pundit she has not done this in any other debates during her career supporting the accusation that these were signals.

We know that NBC crank Lester Holt interrupted Trump 41 times and Hillary only 7 and Holt lied about Trump’s positions so it is not unlikely that he cheated in other ways during the debate as well.  After the debate a strange man quickly rushed the stage and picked up Hillary’s notes off of her podium.  This stranger then handed the notes to Holt as he was leaving the stage.  Holt stated at the beginning of the debate that neither candidate had received his questions before the debate but with a Clinton in the debate, this was highly unlikely.

https://youtu.be/LamkYUrQdzI?t=1h35m35s

Clinton = Cheater, Cheater, Cheater

 

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