Hillary Clinton can't stop flip-flopping. For example, she allegedly opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, despite helping to negotiate it as secretary of state and praising it as the "gold standard" of trade agreements.
Hillary can't even take a coherent position on her own alleged humanity. During an interview on CBS' Face The Nation last month, she claimed (not very convincingly) to be a "real person." However, she took an entirely different position during an appearance on the BuzzFeed podcast Another Round:
You guys are the first to realize that I’m really not even a human being. I was constructed in a garage in Palo Alto a very long time ago. People think that, you know, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, they created it. Oh no. I mean, a man whose name shall remain nameless created me in his garage.
While Hillary's comments on the podcast appear to be more in line with the truth, it's difficult to say given her history of taking positions based on poll numbers. Perhaps her flip-flop is an effort to boost her standing with tech-savvy millennials. We can only hope that the CNN moderators will have the courage to raise the issue of Hillary Clinton's humanity at the first Democratic primary debate on Tuesday.
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