Watch Laura Loomer TROLL Hillary at her Book Signing – ‘What Happened in Benghazi?’

Hillary Clinton book signing

Laura Loomer of The Rebel Media is a freaking American hero. In one brief minute on Tuesday morning, she let loose a tidal wave of truth upon Hillary Clinton with all the fury of Thor’s hammer, asking her the questions we all want answered. Video of the confrontation (included below) is epic.

Loomer is no stranger to controversy. Earlier this year, she was arrested after storming the stage of a performance of “Julius Caesar” in New York in which an actor that looks like President Trump is assassinated. She often handles controversial issues from radical Islam to immigration, so confronting a former secretary of state on her myriad of scandals should be a walk in the park for her.

Wear what appears to be a body camera, Loomer Periscoped the encounter live, than posted the video online afterward. In it, she is seen asking Hillary questions, using the title of her book as a preface of sorts. “So the American people would like to know, what happened to your 33,000 emails?” Loomer asks. “What happened in Benghazi?” to which Hillary tries to blow off by saying “Go read the book.”

Loomer pressed on. “What happened to the millions of dollars that was supposed to go to the people in Haiti? What happened to Seth Rich? What happened to your health Hillary?” she asked as security made her leave.

As the icing on the cake, Loomer than saw Clinton aide and gal-pal Huma Abedin standing off to the side of the signing table, so she confronted her as well. She asked “When are you gonna divorce your husband for texting underage girls?” before Secret Service forcibly removed her.

Here is the awesome video.

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