Hillary Clinton was introduced at an event with Gwen Carr, mother of the late Eric Garner, when an overzealous member of the crowd shouted “the real President,” to which she nodded and smiled in agreement.
The only person to have lost in the 2016 presidential election was attending a book signing by Carr. The book, This Stops Today, is described as Carr’s quest for justice after losing her son when a police officer on Staten Island held him in a chokehold.
Clinton, who had Carr’s support during her failed campaign, wrote the foreword for the book, calling it “a powerful call to action for our country.”
At the event, Clinton is first described as somebody “who needs no introduction” before an audience member shouts “The real President!”
The former First Lady, Secretary of State, and Democrat nominee, but never President of the United States, nodded in agreement.
WATCH: Hillary Clinton smiles and nods in agreement when she is introduced as “the real president.” pic.twitter.com/aBhRT61GGX
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) October 21, 2018
Still Trying to Delegitimize Trump’s Victory
While seemingly a minor issue, this video is further evidence that Hillary Clinton has not, and never will, accept President Trump’s victory in their presidential contest.
The media spent weeks leading up to her perceived eventual victory chastising Trump for refusing to say he’d accept the election results. When he declined to comment either way during their third debate, Clinton responded by calling the thought “horrifying,” and adding he was “talking down our democracy.”
So imagine if you will, had Hillary actually won and Donald Trump, two years later, was nodding in agreement at someone shouting that he is “the real President.”
They’d be mocking him for not accepting the results. Quite frankly, they’d be mocking his sanity for not accepting reality.
Instead, the media is more than likely nodding their own heads in approval, quick to consider Clinton their true President.
Wants to Abolish Electoral College
Want to know what’s really ‘horrifying’ and ‘talking down our democracy?’
How about the notion that a losing candidate wants to abolish the Electoral College, the one facet of American elections that prevents overly populated areas such as New York and California from determining the fate of the entire country?
In a CNN interview for her own book, What Happened, Clinton referenced the Electoral College saying, “I think it needs to be eliminated … I’d like to see us move beyond it, yes.”
Hillary Clinton calls for an end to the Electoral College: “I think it needs to be eliminated” https://t.co/1Png1cJZnD
— Dan Merica (@merica) September 14, 2017
Imagine being so convinced that you should have been handed the election that you try to abolish something the eminently more capable Founding Fathers described as a “desirable” system, and which Texas lawyer Tara Ross explains “prevents chaos, grants definitive electoral outcomes, and prevents tyrannical or unreasonable rule.”
Obama’s Plan to Make the Loser Accept Results
Ironically, Barack Obama and his administration reportedly implemented a plan to force the loser of the 2016 election to accept the results. Problem being, they assumed the sore loser was going to be Trump and not Hillary.
New York Magazine reported:
The Obama White House plan … called for congressional Republicans, former presidents, and former Cabinet-level officials including Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, to try and forestall a political crisis by validating the election result. In the event that Trump tried to dispute a Clinton victory, they would affirm the result …
Perhaps it would behoove Powell, Rice, former Presidents, and congressional Republicans to start reminding Hillary Clinton that the only title she can lay claim to is ‘loser,’ not ‘the real President.
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