Hillary wants a do-over after announcement falls flat; ‘even her launch was fake’

Maybe Hillary hasn’t really announced yet.

Even after Sunday’s anti-climactic, and anti-dramatic, YouTube video officially proclaiming Hillary Clinton’s bid for the presidency in 2016, a longtime confidant of Bill and Hillary Clinton is making noises about a really, truly official announcement being still to come.

Former White House counsel and current star Clinton water-carrier Lanny Davis is telling Fox News hosts Megyn Kelly and Brit Hume that the YouTube video wasn’t the last of the Clinton announcements.

That’s setting the bar pretty low. A ham sandwich would have a lot more substance than Clinton’s flaccid YouTube video (and it would be easier to indict!).

But the news that the nation is going to be subjected to another barrage of fake Clinton news, after Sunday’s orgy of breathless “wait, it’s coming” moments, wasn’t welcome in a lot of quarters (“even her launch was fake,” was the general tenor). Hillary’s been running for president since at least 2006, if not 1966. What is the problem here?

Since the Clinton rollout is going about as well as Obamacare’s, it’s understandable, but this woman has decided — and her intellectually bankrupt Democrat Party has apparently agreed — that she is going to be the next president of the United States. If this performance is supposed to over awe us, it’s falling considerable short.

She wants another reset button.

In English, this time.

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