Hilary Clinton has responded to ‘hurtful’ claims that she drinks children’s blood.
The former presidential candidate addressed the conspiracy in Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Amazon series, Borat’s American Lockdown & Debunking Borat.
In a pre-recorded message for the show’s final episode, she said: “I know you’ve heard a few things about me that you might believe. I know that you’re not alone.
“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 who know this is not just false but sometimes painfully false.
“So just as one American to another, I hope we can start trying to find common ground again and overcome all those forces that are trying to divide us and put us into little boxes apart from each other.”
She then ended the speech by asking: “Wouldn’t it be great to kind of come together instead of drift apart? I hope that’s possible.”
The 73-year-old recorded the statement after Borat interviewed two men called Jim and Jerry, who are one of many to believe the QAnon-inspired theory.
QAnon – also known as Q – is an American far-right conspiracy theory which alleges that a cabal of Satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles run a global child sex trafficking ring.
In the film, they said: “Supposedly they torture these kids.
“It gets their adrenaline flowing in their blood, then they take that out of their adrenal glands and they drink their blood.”
Despite Clinton’s response to the allegations, it’s believed that Jim and Jerry are not convinced.
After the politician’s message ended, Jim is shown saying: “I just can’t stand her.”
The Amazon series also explored other theories, such as information spread by QAnon, mail-in ballot fraud, the billionaire and philanthropist George Soros, and vaccine microchips.
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