Hillary Clinton grabbed a man’s crotch? Internet users went wild with the news as there was a picture circulating.
It was alleged that in the recent lot of emails released, WikiLeaks has published a photograph of the Hillary Clinton. In the said picture, the former first lady of the U.S. is seen grabbing a man by his crotch.
A website called TDT Alliance shared an article with the following headline: “Wikileaks Releases Candid Photos Of Hillary Clinton” on Friday. It shows a still from a video clip of Fox News with the picture of the Democratic presidential candidate grabbing a man’s genitals.
Under the category of ‘America’s Election’ the clip shows a news anchor and a Trump supporter debating. Alongside is a picture of the former secretary of state.
“On The Kelly File Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson told Megyn Kelly that this was proof of the Clinton’s deflection of their own sexual habits on to Donald Trump,” TD Alliance reports.
The photograph it has been claimed was hacked from John Podesta’s emails. Will the alleged photograph of Clinton that is currently doing the rounds on social media affect her campaign?
Podesta is currently Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. Meanwhile, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange recently spoke to a French news outlet.
“You can clearly see Hillary has grabbed on the man’s balls. All Donald Trump has done is talk about grabbing women and they call him a rapist. They tried the same thing with me. Look, tripping on the rug and your fingers accidentally winding up in a woman’s coocoo is not rape. What Clinton did is,” said Assange.
However, as readers can see, the photograph is actually that of Florence Henderson. The 82-year-old American actress and singer, is allegedly seen grabbing a man’s crotch.
The photograph is read, though. It is from “Broadway Backwards 4” and was clicked in 2009. Florence Henderson known for her role in “Brady Bunch” is seen “reaching towards a member of the male chorus line.”
Snopes has rubbished the claims of the TDT Alliance news report. The website is a fake and hoax news website.
The articles published in the website are not factually true. Besides, it has a shill Facebook group, named “The Fox News FB Page” which is not affiliated with the real Fox News.
Meanwhile, the third presidential debate is scheduled to take place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Wednesday. And with just 22 days left for Election Day on Nov.8, both Hillary and Donald Trump are leaving no stone unturned in their campaign.