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She just can’t let go: Hillary Clinton STILL not ruling out questioning election results

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Poor Hillary. All those therapy sessions and long walks in the woods, and she STILL can’t get over her election loss.

Appearing on NPR’s Fresh Air on Monday to rehash the election for the 10,000th time, Clinton even went so far as to tell hos Terry Gross that she wouldn’t “rule out” questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election.

“No, I wouldn’t rule it out,” Clinton told Gross.

After acknowledging that such a move would be unprecedented, Clinton admitted that the “mechanism” for such a move isn’t in place.

“Basically I don’t believe there are [mechanisms in place],” Clinton said. “There are scholars, academics, who have arguments that it would be, but I don’t think they’re on strong ground. But people are making those arguments. I just don’t think we have a mechanism. You know, the Kenya election was just overturned and really what’s interesting about that — and I hope somebody writes about it, Terry — the Kenyan election was also a project of Cambridge Analytica, the data company owned by the Mercer family that was instrumental in the Brexit vote.”

And of course, more Russia hysteria. Because when all else fails, blame it on those eeevil Russkies – as long as they aren’t communist, because when they were liberals thought they were cool.

“[Trump knew] they were trying to do whatever they could to discredit me with emails, so there’s obviously a trail there… There’s no doubt they influenced the election: We now know more about how they did that,”  said Clinton, as if they totally made up all those emails.

While we’re at it, because it would have benefited her, Clinton also thinks the United States “should abolish the Electoral College.”

Hillary failed to tell Gross how she once called Trump’s insinuation that he might not accept the election results “horrifying.”

A President Hillary Clinton would have been far more horrifying, but thankfully the legitimate election results nullified that possibility.

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Scott Morefield


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