This has been proven FALSE by snopes.
Not even her, legally speaking. Most wealthy people kept their wealth in LLCs or other trusts to insulate themselves from lawsuits.This has been proven FALSE by snopes.
A late 2020 meme about the incoming U.S. climate envoy appeared to be based on news stories from the 2004 presidential election cycle.www.snopes.com
He does NOT own any of this. His wife does.
It’s all wordplay. I’ll see if I can dig up the one about Hilary “acid washing” her email server which fact checked false because she didn’t physically wash it in acid...I've read Snopes' explanation of why the above is 'mixed' (some claims are true and some false) as well as a couple of others 'fact checks'. So, basically their job is to jew out of saying that right wingers claims are true because it's not 100% true. Ah, very talmudic, their bosses must be proud of them.
It’s all wordplay. I’ll see if I can dig up the one about Hilary “acid washing” her email server which fact checked false because she didn’t physically wash it in acid...
it works on the sheeple because they don’t dig any deeper past the “it’s been fact checked as false”
Found itIn a fact check about a last night's debate, NBC is refuting Donald Trump's claim that Hillary Clinton didn't literally "acid wash" 33,000 emails, but used an app called "BleachBit."heavy.com