Hillary Blames Russia, Russia, Russia
Hillary Clinton proves that America is a great country. It’s a sign of our society’s strength that an inept, unlikeable presidential candidate who’s completely unsuited for office can win a major-party nomination, lose the election, and then make all the crazy claims she wants without fear of repercussions from the office she was seeking. On the contrary, she’s being celebrated far and wide for telling people what they want to hear. Thanks to identity politics, everyone is expected to just smile and nod as she blames everybody else for her heartbreaking loss. All in all, Hillary is arguably better off now than if she’d won. She gets all the attention with none of the responsibility.
She can say whatever she wants now! Susan Page, USA Today:
Hillary Clinton says she is now convinced that associates of candidate Donald Trump helped Russia meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
“There certainly was communication and there certainly was an understanding of some sort,” Clinton told USA TODAY Monday in a far-ranging interview about her new book, What Happened. “Because there’s no doubt in my mind that (Russian President Vladimir) Putin wanted me to lose and wanted Trump to win. And there’s no doubt in my mind that there are a tangle of financial relationships between Trump and his operation with Russian money. And there’s no doubt in my mind that the Trump campaign and other associates have worked really hard to hide their connections with Russians.”
Russia, huh? That’s weird, because… remember this?
Sounds like she’s saying that the woman holding that Reset button did a really crappy job of making the Russians our friends. If only Hillary Clinton hadn’t been such a failure, she might not have kept Hillary Clinton from winning.
I recall when Mitt Romney said Russia was a problem, and the Democrats all laughed that he was stuck in the ’80s. Good times, right?
Now Hillary claims she’s never running for office again. Then again, she’s a notorious liar. For the GOP’s sake, let’s hope her ego is more important than seeing her party win another election ever again.