Trump’s Secretary of State Nominee Rex Tillerson BUSTED In Huge Lie During Senate Confirmation Hearing

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Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States in less than two weeks. Now he must begin the very real task of governing a nation of 300 million people of which the majority did not vote for him nor do they support his presidency or him personally. To begin this process Trump must first have individuals in his cabinet confirmed by the United States Senate. Trump tapped Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of Exxon Mobil. Tillerson has been going through the process of his confirmation by testifying before the senate and he was caught telling a whopper of a lie.

Tillerson was asked about his connections to the Russian government, and if he had personally lobbied to have sanctions lifted on behalf of the Russians. Tillerson said that he had never lobbied, and that to his knowledge neither had anyone at Exxon Mobil. Does that make sense? The largest oil producing corporation on the planet had no interest in having sanctions lifted from Russia? Tillerson’s exact words were:

I have never lobbied against sanctions. To my knowledge, Exxon never directly lobbied against sanctions.

No? Well that is certainly news to Wall Street Journal journalist Byron Tau who found at least 14 instnaces of Tillerson’s former company lobbying the very thing he said never happened:

So who is lying? Tillerson, or the journalist with the documents to prove Tillerson is lying? Is Tillerson’s argument that Tau fabricated the documents?

It is quite clear Tillerson committed perjury whilst under oath and now he should be prosecuted and sent to prison.

Watch the full hearing below:

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