Just a week ago, I wondered if Hillary had picked up her mendacity in the course of her relationship with Bill, but if this story proves to be true, it seems her deception goes back as far as one of her first jobs in politics.
According to Jerry Zeifman, lifelong Democrat and former general counsel and chief of staff of the House Judiciary Committee where he “supervised Hillary when she worked on the Watergate investigation,” the then-young attorney “wrote a fraudulent legal brief, and confiscated public documents to hide her deception.” She claimed there was no right to counsel during impeachment proceedings despite precedent for such counsel.
When Zeifman told her that there were documents helping establish this precedent, she removed the relevant files from an office where they were publicly accessible to offices where they were not. This so she could claim there was “no precedent for the right to representation by counsel during an impeachment proceeding.”
Hmm. . . does that removal remind you of something?
There’s more to the story than this. So check out Ed Morrissey’s source. If true, we would see that Hillary learned the types of behavior that came to define her family’s tenure in the White House long before she got to the White House, before even her sojourn in Arkansas.