What Would You Like to Know About Hillary Clinton?
By: Bill O'ReillySeptember 9, 2016
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Rosemary Browning who lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee asks, "What is Hillary Clinton's stand on Black Lives Matter?"

Mostly supportive, Rosemary, even though her husband scolded them for interrupting his speech.

No Democratic candidate would dare call out the radical organization and Mrs. Clinton is no exception:

July 2015

HILLARY CLINTON: “Young people have taken to the streets dignified and determined, urging us to affirm the basic fact that black lives matter . (EDIT) I will never stop working on issues of equality and opportunity and race and justice.”

Second question is from Cynthia and John Mesher who live in Ocean View, Delaware: "There has been some speculation about Hillary Clinton's health.  When did she last release her medical records?"

Secretary Clinton's doctor, Lisa Bardack, released a summary of Mrs. Clinton's health in July 2015.

She has seasonal allergies and hypothyroidism but is generally in good health according to the doctor.

Hilarie Rooney who lives in Stuart, Florida wants to know:

"How did Hillary Clinton get a concussion that occurred just before she was to testify about Benghazi?"

In December 2012 Secretary Clinton fainted while sick with a stomach virus.

She fell and sustained a concussion.

During treatment, a blood clot was discovered in her skull and was neutralized with blood-thinners.

Mrs. Clinton's testimony on Benghazi had been delayed because of that.  Later she told the FBI that she could not recall some of the briefings she received around the time of the concussion. 

Joe Schreiber from Costa Rica: "Why did Hillary Clinton not respond to former Ambassador Christopher Stevens' recommendation to move the U.S. intelligence facility in Benghazi?"

We can find no evidence the ambassador ever made such a request.

He did however ask for increased security for American personnel in Libya that was denied by Under Secretary of State Patrick Kennedy.

Secretary Clinton was asked about the security screw up at the House Benghazi hearings.

Oct. 22, 2015

REP. MIKE POMPEO (R-KS): "Do you know how many security requests there were in the 1st quarter of 2012?"

CLINTON: "For everyone or for Benghazi?"

POMPEO: "I’m sorry, yes ma’am. Related to Benghazi and Libya. Do you know how many there were?"


POMPEO: "Ma’am, there were just over 100 plus. In the 2nd quarter, do you know how many there were?"

CLINTON: "No, I do not."

POMPEO: "Ma’am there were 172ish – might have been 171 or 173. … How many were there in July and August and then in that week and few days before the attacks? Do you know?"

CLINTON: "There were a number of them. I know that."

POMPEO: "Yes, ma’am – 83 by our count. That’s over 600 requests. You’ve testified this morning that you’ve had none of those reach your desk. Is that correct also?"

CLINTON: "That’s correct."

Bottom line, the former secretary of state maintains she was not aware of the security requests from Libya.

Sue Boyd writes from Las Vegas: "What was the flesh-colored device in Hillary Clinton's ear when she was talking to Matt Lauer earlier this week?"

The Clinton campaign denies any device was placed in Clinton's ear.  They say it was a lighting reflection that gave rise to the assertion.

Ronald Deangelis who lives in Stamford, Connecticut wants to know what Hillary Clinton's association was with the radical writer Saul Alinsky.

Hillary Clinton did her college thesis at Wellesley on Mr. Alinsky, a far-left guy.  She interviewed him and said nice things about him.

He offered her a job, which she turned down to attend Yale Law School.

Ironically, in high school Hillary Clinton was a big Barry Goldwater supporter - about as far away from Alinsky as one can possibly get.

Next question from Tony Ford, who also lives in Las Vegas: "What are the facts in Hillary Clinton's leaving the Watergate investigation?"

She left because Nixon resigned. As an attorney working for the House Judiciary Committee her work was over when Nixon departed for California. There were reports that she was fired but those are not true. 

John Schatvet, who lives in Topsham, Maine, wants to know if an American citizen can sue Hillary Clinton or any other federal official if they don't like their conduct in office. 

A 1985 Supreme Court decision makes it almost impossible to win a legal judgment against a government official over job performance.  There's a lot of mumbo-jumbo in the ruling but that's the end game.

And finally, Dr. Corinne Michels from Manhasset, NY wants to know where Bryan Pagliano is.

Mr. Pagliano is a long-time aide to Hillary Clinton who worked at the State Department and handled her private server at her New York home.

The FBI granted Pagliano immunity in the email case, but what he told them remains a mystery and where he is right now, we don't know.

Very good questions. In fact I am going to give a copy of my new book "Killing the Rising Sun" to Cynthia and John Mesher who asked about Mrs. Clinton's medical records - very important.

Now on Monday, we will answer questions about Donald Trump. What do you want to know about him? It will be in the Talking Points Memo.

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