Being a victim has never been more popular, and two-time loser Hillary Clinton is all about that these days. The Bill and Hillary Clinton tour stop in Los Angeles this weekend provided one brief moment worth noting when Hillary implied that the 2016 presidential election was stolen from her.
“Keep your eye on the whole landscape as it is moving forward and — I think it’s also critical to understand that — as I’ve been telling the candidates who have come to see me — you can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you,” Clinton said. “That my friends has nothing to do with the economy, does it? And so part of our challenge is to understand what it will take, to put together not just the popular vote, but the electoral college … ”
Some people are blind to irony and Hillary remains one of those people. Look no further than the way that she and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) rigged the Democratic nomination in 2016 in her favor over Bernie Sanders.
The Washington Examiner got it right, reporting …
The two-time failed presidential candidate has a long list of people and entities for which she has blamed for her defeat to President Trump, including but not limited to misogyny, the FBI, sexism, the National Rifle Association, and Russia. Clinton won the popular vote by nearly 3 million ballots, but lost the Electoral College 304 to 227.
Clinton has warned that Russia will re-engage and try to boost Trump in the 2020 election, and said during an event last weekend that she has told candidates, “there would still be factors that would undermine a legitimate election.”
It’s also interesting to recall how critical Clinton was of candidate Donald Trump when he said that the election system was stacked against him. In October 2016, when she was supremely confident of becoming the next U.S. president, she said: “Every time Donald thinks things are not going in his direction, he claims whatever it is rigged against him. That is not the way our democracy works. We’ve been around for 240 years. We’ve had free and fair elections. We’ve accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them. He is a denigrating, he’s talking down our democracy and I, for one, am appalled.”
Clinton also weighed in on Robert Mueller’s special counsel report on Saturday. She refused to accept Attorney General William Barr’s announcement that the investigation found no evidence Trump colluded with the Russians or obstructed justice. “The Mueller report could not be clearer, the Russians interfered in our election and Trump obstructed justice,” she said.
For the record, after running “the best campaign ever,” Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election against Donald Trump in an electoral landslide 304- 227. Trump won 2,626 counties nationwide to Hillary Clinton’s 487 counties.
It’s amazing that there remain people out there willing to pay real money to subject themselves to a pair of narcissistic Clintons on stage for any length of time. But apparently, the number of folks out there willing to enrich the Clinton family is dwindling. Tickets for the Saturday night event sold for as low as $2.
Stolen? You assumed the Midwest would support you and you didn’t visit these critical states during the election. Polls had you easily winning. You lost due to a poor campaign. Nothing was stolen.
— jack kerfoot (@sgtrock1949) May 5, 2019
So Hillary…the Presidential election is a two part election. Ask Young Kim and the other Republican in California that actually won their House seat on election night just to have their seats stolen a week later by ballot harvesting which is only legal in California.
— Thomas Moyers (@CMHBJ13) May 5, 2019
How?! HOW? How was it “stolen”? I drove through the PA countryside and saw 10 to 1 Trump signs. We couldn’t get enough signs and bumper stickers to hand out at the local fair. People were switching their party from D to R. There was momentum and enthusiasm. #HRCNotStolen
— Annette Baker (@Annette_Baker) May 5, 2019
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