In what can only be described as a ‘direct threat to our democracy,’ Hillary Clinton on Thursday told CBS News that Donald Trump is an “illegitimate” President.

In an interview with Jane Pauley, the former First Lady was asked if she gets offended by Democrats distancing themselves from her on the campaign trail, or when Trump insists she needs to be “locked up.”

“No, it doesn’t kill me because he knows he’s an illegitimate president,” she said, the thought clearly killing her.

“I believe he understands that the many varying tactics they used – from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking to the false stories — he knows that there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out like it did.”

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Yea, with the main reason being that nobody on either side of the aisle finds Hillary particularly appealing as a person. Or honest.

Clinton very recently claimed that she lost due to voter suppression, a claim so dubious even the corrupt Washington Post said was a complete and utter lie.

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Clinton, clearly emboldened by the Squad-led Democrat push for impeachment, continued to rip President Trump.

She described the 2016 election as such: “It was like applying for a job and getting 66 million letters of recommendation and losing to a corrupt human tornado.”

So wait, you admit you lost then, or no? It’s kind of confusing keeping up with these wild claims. Incidentally, ‘Corrupt Human Tornado’ was going to be Hillary’s name if she ever joined Trump in the WWE.

It bears repeating that Clinton once said anyone “who refused to say that [they] would respect the results of [an] election … is a direct threat to our democracy.”

The media spent weeks leading up to Hillary’s embarrassing defeat chastising Trump for refusing to say if he’d accept the election results. Because they were certain she was going to win.

When Trump declined to comment either way during a debate, Clinton responded by calling the thought “horrifying,” and adding he was “talking down our democracy.”

Now it is Hillary that is “horrifying” and “talking down our democracy.”

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That said, isn’t this what it’s all about? The entire impeachment inquiry is a thinly-veiled excuse to overturn the election and prove that Hillary should have won.

One need look no further than Nancy Pelosi, who once upon a time described impeachment as the resistance party being “paralyzed with hatred” for a sitting President, or House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler who previously stated impeachment is an “undoing of a national election” designed to tell American voters that their vote “must be set aside.”

The truth isn’t that hard to find … unless you’re a Clinton.

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