If Hillary Clinton is speaking, then she is lying.

Never was this more true than in the final presidential debate.

She described her policies in such a blatantly false way that she got called out immediately for telling lies.

During the final debate, each candidate was asked about their plans for the economy.

Hillary described a Big Government hodgepodge of union payoffs under the guise of infrastructure spending, “free” college tuition and expanding ObamaCare.

With a straight face, she claimed all her plans were paid for and wouldn’t add one penny to the national debt.

The fact checkers had a field day with this obvious lie.

Breitbart rated the claim as false.

Their fact checkers described how her plan would add $9 trillion to the debt over a decade:

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said during the third presidential debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday that she “will not add a penny to the debt” if elected president. 

 Fact-Check: FALSE

 Indeed, Hillary Clinton’s claim is not even close to true. 

 The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget predicts that under Clinton’s policies, the debt would increase by $9 trillion over a decade.

 “Clinton’s plan would increase both spending and revenue,” the Washington, D.C.-based independent non-profit’s analyst said. “Under our preliminary updated central estimate, she would increase primary spending by $1.65 trillion over the next decade, including about $500 billion of spending on college education, $300 billion each on paid family leave and infrastructure, and significant new health-related spending.” 

Hillary Clinton claims all her spending is paid for by a massive tax increase on Americans making over $250,000 per year.

That is false.

Americans for Tax Reform details her over $1 trillion dollar tax increase plan:

Income Tax Increase — $350 Billion: Clinton has proposed a $350 billion income tax hike in the form of a 28 percent cap on itemized deductions.

 Business Tax Increase — $275 Billion: Clinton has called for a tax hike of at least $275 billion through undefined business tax reform, as described in a Clinton campaign document.

 “Fairness” Tax Increase — $400 Billion: According to her published plan, Clinton has called for a tax increase of “between $400 and $500 billion” by “restoring basic fairness to our tax code.” These proposals include a “fair share surcharge,” the taxing of carried interest capital gains as ordinary income, and a hike in the Death Tax.

 But there are even more Clinton tax hike proposals not included in the tally above. Her campaign has failed to release specific details for many of her proposals. The true Clinton net tax hike figure is likely much higher than $1 trillion.

For instance:

Capital Gains Tax Increase — Clinton has proposed an increase in the capital gains tax to counter the “tyranny of today’s earnings report.” Her plan calls for a byzantine capital gains tax regime with six rates. Her campaign has not put a dollar amount on this tax increase.

 Tax on Stock Trading — Clinton has proposed a new tax on stock trading. Costs associated with this new tax will be borne by millions of American families that hold 401(k)s, IRAs and other savings accounts. The tax increase would only further burden markets by discouraging trading and investment. Again, no dollar figure for this tax hike has been released by the Clinton campaign.

 “Exit Tax” — Rather than reduce the extremely high, uncompetitive corporate tax rate, Clinton has proposed a series of measures aimed at inversions including an “exit tax” on income earned overseas. The term “exit tax” is used by the campaign itself. Her campaign document describing this proposal says it will raise $80 billion in tax revenue, but claims some of the $80 billion will be plowed into tax relief. How much? The campaign doesn’t say.

 This proposal completely fails to address the underlying causes behind inversions: The U.S. 39% corporate tax rate (35% federal rate plus an average state rate of 4%) and our “worldwide” system of taxation, which imposes tax on all American earnings worldwide. The average corporate rate in the developed world is 25%. Thirty-one of thirty-four developed countries have cut their corporate tax rate since 2000. The U.S. has not. Hillary’s plan moves in the wrong direction.

But even Clinton can’t increase taxes enough to keep up with her spending spree.

Under the presidency of Barack Obama, the national debt has doubled to over $20 trillion.

Under a President Hillary Clinton, that number would also explode — while at the same time shackling our economy with crippling tax increases.