Denial, as they say, ain’t just a river in Egypt. It’s a thoroughly accurate description of the state of Hillary Clinton’s mind right now.
Clinton, in an interview with New York Magazine, claimed she actually beat challengers Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the presidential election.
In a discussion about how Sanders and Trump capitalized on anger throughout the country, Clinton delusionally responded, “Yes, and I beat both of them.”
Hillary Clinton: “I beat Donald Trump—and Bernie Sanders—. I beat both of them.” , https://t.co/uejnEx9WIK
— TruthInGovernment (@TruthinGov2016) May 30, 2017
No, no you didn’t.
If not for CNN, Donna Brazile, the entire liberal media complex, and collusion within the DNC, Clinton never would have gotten by the curmudgeonly Senator from Vermont.
As for the contest with Trump, Clinton must have forgotten this…
Clinton goes on to do her usual shtick – you know, the one where she blames everybody but herself for the loss.
There was misogyny:
“Clinton asked if the group had heard that searches for the word misogyny rose by 10,000 percent.”
There was the similar concept of sexism:
“I think a lot of people didn’t believe those of us who were yelling that it was hard to elect a woman president,” says Jess McIntosh, a Democratic strategist who was the director of communications outreach for the Clinton campaign. “The fact that that woman lost to the least qualified human being on the planet really kind of drove it home.”
Then there was this epic comment, in which she blames Comey, Russia, and voter suppression all in one breath:
“What I was doing was working,” she insisted. “I would have won had I not been subjected to the unprecedented attacks by Comey and the Russians, aided and abetted by the suppression of the vote, particularly in Wisconsin.”
And then, believe it or not, she blamed the media for daring to offer conservative commentators on their networks to “be more, quote, evenhanded.”
Because the mainstream media was just super nice to Trump with their coverage.
It was then that she raised some serious eyebrows during the interview, disparaging a good chunk of voters as “crazy.”
“Sixty-six million people voted for me, plus, you know, the crazy third-party people.”
Crazy third-party people?
It’s not bad enough that Clinton probably delivered a fatal blow to her own campaign when she sneered that Trump voters were “deplorables,” but now she’s going after third-party voters as “crazy.”
Of course, this argument about the popular vote is the same mindset Clinton and her campaign had going into election day – that the one portion of the vote that DID NOT MATTER, was the one they coveted.
Our report from December reveals the warped thinking:
Top aides to Hillary’s campaign were concerned that she would lose the popular vote to Trump, and only win the Electoral College – the only thing that matters in deciding the next President! As it turns out Trump lost the popular vote, but won the electoral vote, giving him the presidency.
She thought the popular vote was the most important thing before the election, and she apparently thinks it’s the most important thing after the election.
There aren’t enough words in the Thesaurus to describe a person so out of touch with reality that they’ve convinced themselves they didn’t lose the presidency.
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