Hillary Clinton has been caught on video asleep in congress during President George W. Bush’s 9/11 address in 2001 that was broadcast immediately after the horrific attacks that killed almost 3000 people.
Hillary was a freshman U.S. Senator from the state of New York at the time.
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GotNews was tipped off to the footage of Hillary Clinton being asleep by a viewer who remembers watching the address live and noticing Senator Clinton was asleep.
GotNews & WeSearchr researchers combed through TV footage of the 9/11 address and finally found the clip in question from a CNN broadcast.
And guess what?
The CNN broadcast that’s now on the Internet had a few seconds of Sleepy Hillary blacked out right before she wakes up and opens her eyes.
Looks like CNN was the Clinton News Network already in 2001!
Watch below starting at 46:35 :
Hillary Clinton has had problems staying awake during September 11 for a long time.
She collapsed and fainted on this year’s 9/11 before being dragged into a van by secret service. Her campaign claimed she had “pneumonia.”
Did she have “pneumonia” back in 2001 too? Why was she asleep during such a pivotal and dangerous time for the United States?
If Hillary thinks it’s hard to stay awake on the job, why should she be President?
Maybe Hillary Clinton just doesn’t give a sh*t!
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