Hillary Ad Predicts Trump’s Lies Tonight [VIDEO]

The Clinton campaign this morning issued a web ad themed on tonight’s debate which ticks off multiple times Donald Trump has lied about 9/11, his alleged opposition to the Iraq war, Obama having founded ISIS, and other issues. The clip notes the Washington Post‘s declaration that 78% of Trump’s statements have been fact-checked as lies or mostly lies. Watch below.

  • PickyPecker
    • Ross

      Damn that bitch!

    • Frostbite

      Damn those are some tiny hands.

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  • Ross

    Wow. Just fabulous. Beautifully crafted.

  • Halou

    Does the ad also predict the astonishing failure of moderators to correct the lies or call on Trump to be honest? You know it’s inevitable.

    • Ross

      Watching the Matt Lauer debacle, I was LIVID.

      However, during the ensuing days my mood improved as the media tore Matt apart, and also tore Donnie apart for his lies.

      • The_Wretched

        And it didn’t seem to hurt Trump in the polling.

      • Halou

        That was too little too late in my opinion, a great many people only watch the debate and not the follow-up coverage.

        • Ross

          Actually, I suspect the opposite. That more people were informed by the follow-up coverage rather than the event.

  • Treant

    It boggles the mind that this election could possibly be within 10 points, with a Hillary landslide, doesn’t it?

  • TK

    Will be watching the debate with keen interest. I hope Lester Holt challenges Trump when he lies tonight – which will probably be most everything out of his mouth.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Once again, his own words undo him. That said, much of tonight’s debate could hinge on whether Holt will be fact checking or that there will be a chyron on screen noting lies. If not, Trump could bullshit his way through. Either way, we already know that Breitbart, the alt-right and other sycophants will declare him the winner anyway.

    • Halou

      Breitbart will be slamming the whole event as unfair and biased no matter what, even if the moderators don’t fact check him at all and even if they give him stupid easy questions like “How does it feel to be sooo rich?”, it’s going to be called hardball and pro-Clinton garbage, etc..

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        Can’t argue that point.

    • Ross

      Holt has to be HIGHLY aware of what happened to Matt Lauer’s reputation after his disastrous role as moderator.

      I imagine this will inform his actions tonight.

      • Treant

        Matt Lauer still has a rep? I noticed he took a “vacation” from the Today program to give people time to forget what that bad little boy did.

        • EweTaw

          “Uh, Mr. Trump, what is your favorite cookie recipe?”

          • Treant

            Even that question would be too challenging. “Mr. Trump, tell us how you’ll be the bestest Preznit ever and the richest!”

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        I hope you’re right. It would be great to see Trump interrupted by Holt with a line like “I’m sorry Mr. Trump, but I need to advise you that that statement isn’t true…..” or something like that.

        • Halou

          If a quote or fact is read out to him he’ll just deny it and move on. Ideally they should replay back to him what Trump has said in the past and make it impossible for him to weasel his way out.

          • Jean-Marc in Canada

            Oh, I agree, that would be ideal. Alas, it’s not practical given the massive data file they would have to have on hand.

    • Nax

      When have his words ever undone him?

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        To the intelligent, the sane and the most sane, they have swayed….as for the rest, well, there’s no accounting for the stupidity of his base.

  • james1200
  • Rex

    Any reasonable person would understand that Trump is the last person who should hold the office of President of the United States.
    Apparently, there aren’t as many reasonable people in the United States as we would hope.

  • bkmn

    This debate is one I will sit out…not even watch the comments on JMG. Need mental cleansing…

    • Treant

      Understandable! Octavio did the same thing and took a longer break, after all.

      Really, I don’t need to watch either…I’m a Clinton voter regardless…but I have a peculiar need to pick at scabs sometimes.

    • Ross
    • EweTaw

      I’m not only anxious to watch this evening’s debate I’ve got tickets for next month’s debate on Oct . 19th in Las Vegas at UNLV. It’s only a 7 hour drive from SLC. Afterwards we’ll make a little vacation out of the trip by blasting to San Diego to visit friends and spend a Saturday in Rosarito eating too much fresh seafood. Life is good. (for now)

    • Chucktech

      What?? And squander a perfectly good train wreck?

    • bob

      I’m not watching, but may scroll though some comments.

  • EweTaw

    OK. I’m a luddite. Other than JMG and Democratic sympathetic web sites, where on the web do these campaign ads play where people who need to see them play?

    • AJ Drew

      aha! that *is* the tricky part of web advertising. Unless the HRC peeps tag those ads with stuff like “guns” “boobs” and “viagra” only folks like us here are gonna see it.

      • Cackalaquiano

        That might be okay. It’s vitally important for the base to actually show up and vote.

  • Chucktech

    Trump can’t win a debate by lying to the American Public

    Jesus, I would hope-to-fuck not, but in the bizarro Trump supporter world, that may be precisely how he wins the debate.

    • Dramphooey

      He can’t win with lies but he can win with bullshit. This “maybe we … maybe we … ” bullshit has been doing very well for him.

    • coram nobis

      Expectations are that 1) he will indeed lie, 2) he’ll lie at a pace that the fact-checkers won’t be able to rebut for a week, 3) he’ll bluster like a TV wrestler and make Hillary look weak by comparison, 4) any attempt by Hillary to rebut him will make her look shrill, domineering or petty, and 5) the media has set expectations for Donald so low there’s no way he could lose.

      Look for him to pick up another point or two tonight. HIllary is toast — milk toast, and the American public never cared for that.

  • coram nobis

    Fivethirtyeight now shows the probability at 51-49 for Hillary, electoral 271-266. This is it.


    And the fact that Donald lies doesn’t seem to faze the public, if anything it moves him forward.

  • Johnny Wyeknot

    So, I think I will line up some 1930’s movies on TCM where the men wear white tie and the women wear slinky gowns and everyone is rich and drunk. Worked in the depression era and it works for me!

  • beariac
  • ByronK
    • TampaDink

      I think that I will have to be very selective with the “drink words/phrases” tonight. I was going to go with just one….”believe me, folks”….but am afraid that I’ll pass out before the show is over.

  • coram nobis

    Here’s a new fact: the FBI announces that murders were up 10.8% last year.

    Donald isn’t making this one up, but hes apt to wave it like a flag tonight.

    • TampaDink

      His inability to even use facts to scare people will probably lead to him claiming that the FBI just announced that murders were up 110.8% last year.

      • coram nobis

        Yes, and Hillary’s comeback, that it was “only” up 10.8%, won’t reflect well on the current administration, or, by extension, on her.

        • TampaDink

          Perhaps she will surprise us and rather than use “only” indicate the the rise is very concerning & here is my plan to address it…….

  • Lazycrockett
  • Nax

    I don’t see how Trump loses the debate.

  • aar9n

    Really worried about tonight. The media has set the bar so low that all he has to do is stand and say anything he will be “presidential” whereas Hillary has to turn water into wine.

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      1. He has to show up.
      2. No dick jokes.

    • heyjjh

      and…..she……did !!

  • Canadian Observer

    I’m hoping she can provoke a full blown temper tantrum from him. Perhaps he will have his own Howard Dean moment (of course that might also result in his head exploding and and covering all the spectators in cheetoh dust). As was pointed out by the commentators on CBC last night, he doesn’t have much experience speaking in front of any audience that is not already predisposed to give him positive feedback, I don’t think provoking a tantrum should be all that difficult.

    • popebuck1

      On the other hand, his supporters are waiting breathlessly for him to call Hillary a bitch to her face, on national television. The media will tut tut about it, but it’ll be the only thing they talk about for the next two weeks. His support, of course, will surge.

      • sword

        If he gets close to calling her a name…I hope she bursts out into laughter. That’s the one thing that would blow Donny into a million pieces.

  • popebuck1

    Let’s be honest, we can already write the follow-up commentary, courtesy of our intrepid media.

    Trump will be judged “presidential” if he doesn’t take a crap on the stage or call Hillary a bitch on national tv, while Hillary will not nearly come off “likeable enough” (to coin a phrase). The moderator will make a couple of weak attempts to get Trump to answer a direct question, none of which will work – but Trump will pitch a fit afterwards anyway, railing about how the evil media was out to get him all along. So the next debate (if there is one) will have the moderators falling all over themselves to be more “fair” to him.

    Meanwhile, Hillary will have actual policy ideas, answer tough questions (they’ll dig out those emails one more time, no doubt) and be thoroughly “presidential” the whole time, and the media will shrug and say “Meh, she didn’t change any minds.” At one point she will clear her throat, which will set off a whole new round of speculation about her health.

  • SFHarry

    I don’t think it is a reporter’s job to say, “that’s a lie Mr. Trump,” but it is their job to ask, “what evidence do you have for your statement,” or “when all accepted evidence shows the opposite what is your evidence for the statement _____.”
    The first statement turns the debate into what the reporter believes to be the truth, and an attack while the second turn the debate into why the candidate believes it to be the truth.
    While the difference is subtle it allows the moderator to expose lies with less potential for criticism.

    • karmanot

      “Mr. Dtrumpf, the best experts, the BEST, say you are a lying dump. Also the internets say so, it’s yuuge what a lying dump you are.” “How do you respond?” Benghazi, Libya, crooked fat, ugly, mentally ill and dying Hillary.”

  • Nicely done. I would honestly and truly give Hillary’s campaign a thousand bucks if she could actually and truly make Trump have a complete meltdown on stage. I’m talking genuine “Donald Duck” incoherent screaming tantrum.

    Failing that, we sent another Benjy to her campaign over the weekend regardless.

  • TheManicMechanic

    Trumpers will stick their fingers in their ears and ignore all this, then go back to sticking one thumb in their ass and another in their mouths and switching repeatedly.

  • yetanotherLaura

    I have one problem with Hillary’s ads — I don’t know if they have a descriptive audio track for the visually impaired, but if they don’t, they are completely inaccessible to folks who can’t see well enough to read the screen. That’s a big problem, especially considering she just gave a speech in Orlando a few days ago talking about how we need to be more inclusive of the disabled community! At least on YouTube, there’s only closed captioning. Come on, Hillary, be more inclusive!

    • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

      You can’t see the “false” but you can hear him contradicting himself.

  • James

    Good ad.

  • andrew

    Don’t ever underestimate Trump’s ability to win by using lies, distortions and plain old fashioned demagoguery. It worked for him in the Republican Primaries. It may work for him in the three upcoming presidential debates.