America Rising PAC dropped a new video earlier this week and boy does this one sting.

This latest addition to the open Hillary oppo file recounts the scandalicious candidate’s most memorable lies in all their video-taped glory.

Will the truth make a dent in Hillary’s plans?

Though she’s launched her official burrito-filled presidential campaign, Mrs. Clinton’s email scandal woes are far from over. Rep. Gowdy requested two interviews, a private, transcribed interview before the Select Committee on Benghazi as well as a public hearing. While Mrs. Clinton has said she would testify in a public hearing before the committee, to date, neither she nor her counsel have responded to Gowdy’s request.

On March 31, Gowdy subpoenaed Clinton’s private server, but said this week he alone lacks authority to do so. The server is not in the clear just yet as the full House may be able to make that request legally binding.

And let’s not forget about the Clinton Foundation and the swarming allegations that then Secretary Clinton routinely traded donations in exchange for political favors. According to Bloomberg Politics’ Dave Weigel, Rand Paul is under the impression the most damning facts about the Clinton Foundation have yet to meet the public:

“You ever hear ’em ask Hillary Clinton, this money she’s getting, whether it influences her decisions?” said Paul, referring to media questions about donors to the Clinton family’s charitable organizations. “There’s going to be stuff coming out about the Clinton Foundation and their donations from different companies that get special approval from the Secretary of State. Coming out in the next couple of weeks.”

In spite of abundance of the bad news, the Clinton’s forge on. A Rasmussen poll released Wednesday revealed 57% of likely voters polled believe Hillary will be the next president. Additionally, a new Marquette Law School poll shows Clinton leading Scott Walker by 12 points in Wisconsin.

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