There’s no one Hillary Clinton won’t throw under the bus to make a few extra bucks.
Clinton, who’s shilling her new book “What Happened,” reverted once again to blaming white people for her 2016 election loss to President Donald Trump.
Hillary said she had an “out-of-body experience” while listening to Trump’s inauguration address, which she felt was a dog whistle to racist white people.
“So there I was, on the platform, feeling like an out-of-body experience,” Clinton told CBS News (see video). “His speech was a cry from the white nationalist gut.”
The two-time failed presidential candidate added: “He was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, settle grievances for millions of [white] people who were upset about gains that were made by others.”
Basically, Hillary said white Americans were upset over the domestic and foreign disasters of the Obama presidency, and their anger fueled the Trump base.
Clinton neglected to mention that many Americans of all colors were furious at Obama’s colossal failures and voted against his policies by rejecting her. Trump could not have won if he had relied solely on white voters, especially since there are millions of white Democrats. That is an inconvenient fact Hillary cannot seem to accept.
As for white nationalism, that movement (which is not to be confused with the racist white supremacy movement) started mushrooming 15 years BEFORE Trump became president.
As BizPac Review previously reported, attorney and political scientist Dr. Carol Swain predicted the rise of white nationalism in her 2002 book, “The New White Nationalism in America.” Swain underscored that white nationalism is different from white supremacy, even though the left-wing media and liberals purposely conflate the two.
“I distinguish it from white supremacy because the people who were involved [in the white nationalism movement] were more intellectual,” said Dr. Swain, a graduate of Yale Law School. “They were not espousing racial violence or using epithets, but they had grievances. They felt that white people’s rights were being trampled on and no one was speaking up or listening to their grievances.”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 13, 2017
That said, whites alone did not vote Trump into office; it was a group effort of 63 million Americans fed up with the failed policies of Barack Obama.
Not surprisingly, Hillary Clinton admitted that she never bothered to prepare a concession speech. There’s the Clinton chutzpah for you. “I had not drafted a concession speech. I’d been working on a victory speech,” she said.
Clinton revealed that she did not handle the defeat well (no sh*t, Sherlock) and was shell-shocked afterward. “I just felt this enormous letdown,” she said. “I really struggled. I couldn’t feel, I couldn’t think. I was just gob-smacked, wiped out.”
While rumors are swirling that Hillary is preparing to run for president again in 2020, she claims she won’t. But naturally, she’ll stay in politics because she wants to continue being a thorn in America’s side. “I am not done with politics,” she vowed.
That’s music to Republicans’ ears, since Hillary has done more damage to the Democratic brand than any other candidate in recent history. Bring it on, sister.
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