A comprehensive video has surfaced that rather convincingly shows Hillary Clinton using hand signals like a third base baseball coach to prompt moderator Lester Holt to quickly call on her to counter comments by opponent Donald Trump during Monday’s first Presidential Debate.
The video breaks down each one of Clinton’s movements which are followed by either Holt calling on her to comment and retort with what she believes is a zinger or Holt attacking Trump’s dialogue. Apparently in a move lifted right out of a high school cheating for dummies book, Clinton is seen scratching her nose and face to signal Holt several times.
Before critics view this video and scream Conspiracy, True Pundit cross referenced Clinton’s speeches, campaign appearances and her 2008 debate performances against President Obama. According to that analysis, Clinton never previously used these hand motions to supposedly scratch her face. In fact, she rarely touches her face at all. (So, you haters can save the trouble of instructing people to remove their tin-foil hats.)
The new revelation comes on the heels of a viral True Pundit’s story Tuesday echoing that it had published leaked plans to rig the debate 28 days before the two presidential candidates faced off in New York on Monday.
Crooked YouTube took the original video down earlier
YouTube thinks they can stop what we want to publish? Think again, Hillarybots. Working on new uplink for Rigged Debate Vid. Stay Tuned
— Thomas Paine (@Thomas1774Paine) September 28, 2016
TRIGGERED:Crooked YouTube has taken the original video down because of "copyright." Working on a new solution now to get it back online pic.twitter.com/Gd7hswS8k3
— True Pundit (@true_pundit) September 28, 2016
You never miss the details. You are good. I mean really good.
— Annie Lotto (@Non_MSM_News) September 28, 2016
She's not qualified to be pres but she is qualified to be a 3rd base baseball coach, she got the hand signal thing down.
— Southern With Sass (@LilSouthernSass) September 28, 2016
— Extortion17 ⚓️ (@CCCINNC) September 28, 2016