Hillary’s Pitch To Conservative Voters:  I’m Not The Devil

Hillary’s Pitch To Conservative Voters: I’m Not The Devil

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took the opportunity on Wednesday while Campaigning in red-state Nebraska, to set the record straight – that she is not Satan. 

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The New York Post Reports:

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton sought to set the record straight Wednesday – she’s not Satan.

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Campaigning in red-state Nebraska, the Democratic presidential front-runner encouraged a friendly audience of some 800 people to spread the word to their GOP friends.

“First thing you can tell them, as best as you can tell looking [at me] under the lights, I don’t have horns,” Clinton said.

That brought cheers and laughter from the crowd at Omaha’s Sokol Auditorium.

Clinton added that she’s “not going to give up” on reaching out to GOP-leaning voters.

“And the second thing you can tell them is our economy does better when we have a Democrat in the White House. That is just a fact,” Clinton insisted.

She was joined by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who said he supports Clinton because of her commitment to narrow the gap between rich and poor.

“What has happened is that despite this incredible bounty, millions and millions and millions of Americans have been left behind,” Buffett said.

“The game has been stacked in their direction.”

Clinton endorsed the so-called Buffett Rule that would require millionaires to pay at least 30 percent in income taxes and said she intends to “go even further.”

“I want to be president for the struggling, the striving and the successful,” Clinton said.

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