Hillary Clinton claims she brought peace to the Irish people in bizarre claim

Hillary Clinton is incapable of keeping herself out of the headlines, even if it means she has to make up news to do it.

Earlier this month, Hillary made the ridiculous claim that “I was involved in the Irish peace process and the Good Friday Accord.”

Good Friday Agreement

The peace agreement between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland as well as the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom is widely recognized as the Good Friday Agreement or the Belfast Agreement.

The agreement was a culmination of events that took place in the 1990s.

For the agreement to be validated, citizens of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland had to vote for it to pass, which they did overwhelmingly.

In fact, there was only one major resistance to the agreement, which came from the Democratic Unionist Party.

Bill Clinton and the Irish

Bill Clinton was president at the time the Good Friday Agreement was reached.

For his “role” in the agreement, he was recently issued the Freedom of the City in Belfast.

The role that he actually played was minimal, though.

Clinton himself more or less called his role as that of being a cheerleader on the sidelines.

The ONLY reason he received any credit for being part of this peace agreement was because he was the president of the most powerful country in the world when the agreement was signed.


So, if Bill was nothing more than a cheerleader, what role did Hillary actually play?

As far as we can tell, she played absolutely no role whatsoever.

Her role at the time was that of First Lady, period.

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But, if you count cheering on your husband while he cheers on the people actually involved as a role, then technically, Hillary can say she played a role in the peace agreement.

Someone better get Mrs. Clinton some medical help, because she has clearly lost her mind.

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