In Iowa, Hillary Clinton claims 'all my grandparents' came to the U.S. from foreign countries
In her on going efforts to disguise her true identity and attempts to create a "person" she is certainly not, Hillary has dishonored her grandparents by lying about their path to America...
Hillary Clinton this week became the latest example of a politician flubbing her family’s ancestry while making the case for her presidency.
Clinton was speaking at a business roundtable inside an Iowa produce store when she related her personal family heritage to the struggles of undocumented immigrants trying to work in the United States.
"I think if we were to just go around this room, there are a lot of immigrant stories," Clinton said, according to a video of the event. "All my grandparents, you know, came over here, and you know my grandfather went to work in a lace mill in Scranton, Pa., and worked there until he retired at 65. He started there when he was a teenager and just kept going. So I sit here and I think well you’re talking about the second, third generation. That’s me, that’s you."
BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski quickly pointed out that Clinton was wrong, primarily using census and military records from Ancestry.com.
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