Hillary’s chomping at the bit for impeachment, but ‘I can beat him again’ is a head-scratcher

 

The two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has called Trump an illegitimate president, and is conjuring up the old Russian collusion narrative saying the rogue nation plays for the U.S. “red team.”

Now, the sore loser is using the Democrats’ illegitimate impeachment push to try and nail Trump for colluding with a foreign government to sway an election.

“If foreign governments think they can tilt the playing field as they did against me. Which was a deliberate, well-planned effort laid out in indictments against Russia, ugh, military, ugh, actors. And their, ugh, allies…” Clinton told an audience at her and daughter Chelsea’s “Gutsy Women” book tour.

Clinton went further with her indictment of Republicans, saying they hadn’t acted against Russian meddling because it favors the “red team.” So, they “like it,” Clinton charged.

“Impeachment is the appropriate remedy,” Clinton told the audience.

Hillary has also increasingly teased that she might take another shot at running for president.

“So maybe there does need to be a rematch,” Clinton said, during another recent appearance. “Obviously, I can beat him again.”

Again“? Clinton is still upset that the state of California would’ve handed her the presidency if it were allowed to chose for all Americans. Thankfully, the Founders put in place the Electoral College to spare middle America from exorbitant taxes, astronomic rent, outlandish housing costs, and human-feces lined streets.

“But, just seriously, I don’t understand, I don’t think anybody understands what motivates him, other than personal grievance, other than seeking adulation,” she added.

What seems to be motivating Clinton is an insatiable thirst for power, and a need to get rid of Trump, at all costs. Currently, the Trump administration is in hot pursuit of the origins of the Russia investigation that sparked the Mueller probe, and it could prove very damaging for Democrats and Clinton Inc.

It’s the same narrative that’s intertwined with Clinton’s delusion above stating Russia had worked against her campaign in order to help Trump gain the presidency.

A Senate Intelligence Committee report on Russian meddling showed that Russia played both sides of the political aisle. More importantly, it showed that the Obama administration’s FBI did nothing to stop the meddling despite being alerted it was happening.

From the Washington Examiner:

The Senate report pointed out that, in its effort to understand Russian interference on Twitter, the FBI handed off its data-gathering and analysis responsibilities to a third-party contractor, which the report said suggested the bureau either lacked resources or viewed the work “as not warranting more institutionalized consideration” and never contacted Twitter about possible Russian disinformation operations on its platform until after the election had ended.

Twitter’s lawyers told the Senate Intel Committee that it received “no information from the U.S. government in advance of the 2016 election about state-sponsored information operations.”

Efforts to thwart interference by foreign governments seeking to sow discord on social media have been ramped up since Trump became president, according to the report.

So, how does that play into Clinton’s Russia plays for the “red team” and the “red team” likes it, argument? It doesn’t.

According to the Senate Intel report, the Kremlin mastered the massive power of social media manipulation within Russia and has expanded the devious practice by infiltrating foreign countries. While much of the disinformation was against Hillary Clinton, according to the report, the motives were also used sow discord in a highly contentious election that had already been won in the minds of Democrats and their media allies.

This is the second volume of the Senate’s Russia interference report. The first volume stated that Russia had tried to directly infiltrate election symptoms in all 50 states, but was not successful.

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