A new America Rising video blasts Hillary Clinton’s record of untrustworthy statements.
The video starts with a 2007 statement in which then-Sen. Clinton criticized President Bush for the use of secret email accounts.
Two years later as Secretary of State, Clinton used a private server in her own home to conduct State Department business with a private email account. The private email account became known after a congressional investigation of the attack of the U.S. embassy in Benghazi. Clinton was subpoenaed to release all her emails. After Clinton refused to hand over her private server to a third party, Clinton and her staff selectively released 30,000 emails while permanently deleted the remaining emails.
As Secretary of State, Clinton presented the Russian foreign minister with a reset button that symbolized a reset of the relationship between the two countries. The relationship between the U.S. and Russia is tense right now.
Russia has annexed Crimea from Ukraine. Russia has also backed rebels in the war in Ukraine. Most recently Russia has said it would sell Iran with S-300 missiles despite U.S. opposition.
In 2011, Clinton referenced Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as a reformer.
"There’s a different leader in Syria now. Many of the members of Congress of both parties who have gone to Syria in recent months have said they believe he’s a reformer," Clinton said.
Clinton said she misspoke when she stated that she came under fire in Bosnia.
Then Clinton said her family was dead broke after they left the White House, despite the Clinton’s net worth being in the millions of dollars.
The video then has longtime Clinton adviser James Carville list the various scandals of the Clintons.
"Do you remember Whitewater; do you remember Foulgate; do you remember Travelgate; do you remember Pardongate; do you remember Benghazi?"
A recent Quinnipiac poll has shown all these statements have led to voters think that Clinton is untrustworthy.