Hillary Clinton Bemoans ‘Painful’ Conspiracy Theories about Her Family’s Evil Behavior Shared by QAnon Movement

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is whining about the anti-pedophile QAnon movement, claiming it is “painful” that they are sharing conspiracy theories about her family.

The latest Sacha Baron Cohen flick, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, gives Clinton a propaganda platform to play the victim and confront individuals who believe she and her family are monsters.

“Mostly they torture these kids, it gets their adrenaline flowing in their body, then they take that out of their adrenal glands, and then they drink their blood and that,” one QAnon supporter said in the film.

Clinton addressed some of the claims to Baron Cohen and whined about how its so hurtful that people believe such awful things about her and her family.

“I know you’ve heard a few things about me that you’d like to believe. And I know that you’re not alone,” Clinton said. 

“It’s hurtful. I’ll be really honest with you. It’s hurtful not just to me and my family, but to my friends and other people to know that this is not just false, but sometimes painfully false,” she added.

Clinton gave a pathetic sappy unity speech in the movie, hoping that Americans forget about her family’s decades of well-documented illicit acts.

“So just as one American to another, I hope that we can start trying to find some common ground again and overcome all those forces trying to divide us and put us into little boxes apart from each other,” Clinton said. “Because wouldn’t it be great to kind of come together, instead of drift apart? I hope that’s possible. Thank you.”

While there may be some conspiracy theories circulating about the Clintons that sound ridiculous, her family’s history of behavior on the record is shockingly terrible.

Big League Politics has reported on Bill Clinton’s many alleged trips to pedo island with deceased child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein:

A longtime Bill Clinton aide has revealed the 42nd President visited Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous “pedophile island” of Little St. James in the Virgin Islands, becoming the third witness to claim he had traveled to the island.

Doug Band started as an aide in the Clinton White House in 1995, going on to serve as a post-presidency advisor to Bill Clinton until 2012. He indicated to Vanity Fair in a story released Wednesday that Clinton had visited Little St. James in January 2003, noting he declined to travel with the former President on the trip. Band eventually ended his relationship with the Clintons, citing connections to Epstein as a cause. “I don’t want anything to do with that world,” stated the former political operative to Vanity Fair.

Band goes on to speak of a relationship between charged Epstein “madame” Ghislane Maxwell and the Clintons, revealing that Chelsea Clinton invited Maxwell to her wedding in New York in 2010. Epstein had been convicted of soliciting a minor for prostitution in 2008.

Two other witnesses formerly associated with Epstein himself claim to have seen Bill Clinton personally on the island. These incude Virginia Giuffre, a woman who was trafficked and abused by Epstein as a minor, and Steve Scully, who worked as Epstein’s handyman for the island.”

With the Clinton family known to have deep ties to an elite sex trafficker who was protected and allowed to rape kids for years by his protectors in the intelligence community, it does not make the theories espoused by QAnon supporters seem that far-fetched.