- The Washington Times - Tuesday, August 6, 2013

A Republican super PAC has resurrected an old computer game where the player can deliver a firm slap across cartoon Hillary Clinton’s face.

The Hillary Project, led by Christopher M. Marston, posted the “Slap Hillary” game to its website along with games that allow you to control the former secretary’s dance moves and a game in which Mrs. Clinton fights President Obama.

The group’s website then asks supporters to “slap Hillary for real by signing the petition to stop her from running for president.”

According to group’s Facebook page, “The Hillary Project is a nonpartisan effort to tell the whole truth about Hillary Clinton, from her early days as a student radical to her days in the White House and beyond.”

“We’re not approaching this based on ideology or party registration; we believe the public needs to focus on Hillary — not the messenger,” the group says on it’s website. “That’s why we agreed to make THP a stand-alone committee that would receive funding and support from a core group of Republican political committees, top Republican strategists, and a select group of active Republican donors.”

“Overall, we’re a dedicated group of citizens that wants to expose the whole truth about Hillary and stop her from becoming the next President of the United States,” it continues. “THP is a grassroots non-profit organization, the money we raise goes to spreading our message and educating people about Hillary Clinton and on what a second Clinton Presidency would really look like.”

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