Some of Hillary Clinton’s hacked e-mails released by Wikileaks include transcripts of paid speeches she gave to big corporations. What she says in those confidential closed-door speeches–for example, calling for open borders and more free trade, saying the banks aren’t really responsible for the 2009 financial collapse–is often at odds with what she says in her presidential campaign.
Remarkably, one speech quite frankly explains the discrepancy. She says, “you need both a public and a private position.” One for public consumption and the other for what you really believe. So she is admitting that what she tells voters is not what she is actually going to do!
At every debate, every interview, every campaign speech, every time she opens her mouth, someone should ask her, “Is that your public or your private position?”