Talk about your bitter clinger.

Hillary Clinton proved once again that she’s clinging bitterly to the last vestiges of her political career, unwilling to let go of her 2016 presidential campaign loss.

She even admitted as much.

“No, I’m not over it!” she said to students at a Yale University graduation address.

“I still think about the 2016 election,” she droned on. “I still regret the mistakes I made … I remember the first months after that 2016 election were not easy.”

Aren’t commencement speeches supposed to be uplifting, motivating, and look toward the future? Not dreary, bitter, and dwelling on failures of the past?

Anyway, Hillary went on to prove she’s not simply a failure of the past, she’s a failure in the present as well.

A failure at comedy.

“If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em!” she said, holding up a traditional Russian ushanka hat.

 

Kneeslapper.

Why she’s giving a commencement address at Yale and not a local penitentiary is mind-boggling.

Not to mention, where are all of the cultural appropriation snowflakes and their outrage over this clear violation of protocol?

At this point, Hillary stands as a case study for psychologists on a human being’s inability to cope with a crushing life loss.

“Today, as a person, I’m okay, but as an American, I’m concerned.”

No, no … You’re clearly not okay.

She even admits having trouble coping, saying she dealt with her humiliating defeat by wandering around the woods and getting sloshed.

 

Clinton said she went for “long walks in the woods,” spent “hours going down a Twitter rabbit hole” and had her “fair share of chardonnay.”

She must still be under the influence, since recent revelations show there was more collusion between the Obama administration, the FBI, and the DOJ to defeat President Trump, than anything found thus far with the Trump campaign and Russia.

But keep talking, Hillary. You’re doing wonders for the Republican party.

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