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Hillary’s Sour Whine: Still Can’t Accept Why She Lost

Hillary’s Sour Whine: Still Can’t Accept Why She Lost

“I’m back to being an activist citizen — and part of the resistance”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC4Pvm6Oj4A

Hillary Clinton appeared at the Women for Women International event on Tuesday. Seated on stage next to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour who moderated, Clinton went through the obligatory process of saying she would have won, but…

She then went through a tired laundry list of excuses.

Philip Rucker writes at the Washington Post:

‘I would be your president’: Clinton blames Russia, FBI chief for 2016 election loss

Hillary Clinton emerged from political hibernation Tuesday by declaring herself “part of the resistance” to Donald Trump’s presidency — and spreading blame for why it is not her sitting in the Oval Office.

Making a rare public appearance, Clinton attributed her surprise loss in the 2016 election to interference by Russian hackers and the actions of FBI Director James B. Comey in the campaign’s homestretch.

“If the election had been on October 27, I would be your president,” Clinton told moderator Christiane Amanpour, the CNN anchor, at a Women for Women International event in New York.

Clinton stated broadly that she takes “absolute personal responsibility” for her failure to win the White House. Yet the Democratic nominee declined to fault her strategy or message, nor did she acknowledge her own weak­nesses as a campaigner or the struggles by her and her advisers to at first comprehend and then respond to the angry mood of broad swaths of the electorate.

Instead, Clinton attributed her defeat to a range of external ­forces, including saying she was a victim of misogyny and of “false equivalency” in the news media.

Clinton said she was confident that she was on track to winning the election until two things reversed her momentum: the release of campaign chairman John Podesta’s emails, which were allegedly stolen by Russian hackers, and Comey’s Oct. 28 letter to Congress that he had reopened the bureau’s investigation into her use of a private email server.

Here’s a clip that has it all. Hillary goes through the litany of reasons she lost the election. She seems pretty bitter about the whole thing:

Twitchy has collected some reactions to this:

This guy pretty much nails it.

There are many Democrats who will never get over the loss of the 2016 election.

Hillary is one of them.

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Pennsylvania.

Did Pennsylvania suddenly switch in the last week?

Well, then I thank my lucky stars that the election was on November 8!

It really was not too shocking that Trump won. He routinely had multiple HUGE enthusiastic rallies every day leading into the election – while Clinton had to have “superstars” to attract a crowd, and many of her venues we’re grossly oversized for the attendance that she got. Trump was/is the better candidate.

Not too much longer before HRC will be considered the lesser of two evils.

    Rab in reply to Lee Jan. | May 3, 2017 at 8:21 am

    I’m still enjoying the YUGE election dividend; i.e., Illary ain’t in the White House.

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Rab. | May 3, 2017 at 11:44 am

      When do you think Soros will run out of money to pay the Internet Trolls?

        I doubt soros even pays them minimum wage, but that’s all they can get with their schooling and work background.

          notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to 4fun. | May 3, 2017 at 7:24 pm

          Well since most of those “employees” are outside the U.S., the minimum wage for them is a moot point.

          It’s like all those Facebook Like Farms……in China and muslim countries…..

          Rick the Curmudgeon in reply to 4fun. | May 3, 2017 at 9:11 pm

          Minimum wage is about all they rate; after all how hard is it to respond with “No, YOU’RE the Poopy Head!”

    Tom Servo in reply to Lee Jan. | May 3, 2017 at 11:11 am

    You Really Don’t Get It, do you?

    No matter what Trump does, Hillary just proved (in case any of our memories had slipped) that no matter what, she was still the greater of two evils.

    If Hillary had been elected, we would be finding ourselves being pushed into “re-education” camps and all our of our children would be forced to have homosexual sex with adults, just to prove that they weren’t “homophobic”. And anyone who objected would have had their house burned down by a mob clad in black and protected by Hillary’s new police, who would be made up of Al-Qaeda and MS-13 members. That’s what “Hillary’s America” was going to be.

nordic_prince | May 3, 2017 at 7:59 am

How exactly does one take “absolute personal responsibility” and then continue to blame everything & everyone else?

“For all sad words of tongue and pen, The saddest are these, ‘It might have been’.” -John Greenleaf Whittier

Illary regrets not winning the election, but clearly she’s the champ when it comes to whining the election.

    MattMusson in reply to Rab. | May 3, 2017 at 8:32 am

    Of all the slings and arrows – watching Barack Obama walk away with $400,000 from his Wall Street speech probably hurt the most.

    “That should have been me pocketing that check,” Hillary whispered.

“There are many Democrats who will never get over the loss of the 2016 election.”

Are there any Democrats who have gotten over the loss of the 2000 election yet?

Now Hillary is a fine example of a clock cleaning…

    I wonder if she fixes wagons too? She could start with the one she was riding to the White House.

    “There will be no dirty clocks nor broken wagons in my administration!” That’s a winner right there.

      Rick the Curmudgeon in reply to Pasadena Phil. | May 3, 2017 at 9:16 pm

      Hillary wasn’t going to ride a wagon to the White House; it was going to be a single-passenger broom.

      If she want’s, I’ve got a plow that needs cleaning…

tarheelkate | May 3, 2017 at 9:15 am

If she hadn’t conducted herself unprofessionally and, I believe, dishonestly, as Secretary of State, Comey’s investigation would never have happened.

Are you really any kind of activist if you’re only healthy enough to leave the house for a few hours one day a week? I wonder if she believes her own bullshit.

Albigensian | May 3, 2017 at 9:59 am

If “leaning toward Hillary” voters had turned out in large numbers she would have won (but, they didn’t).

There were plenty of lukewarm supporters for both candidates, yet many lukewarm-yet-voted-for-Trump voters seem to have decided that even though Trump had serious flaws it was very, very important to keep Clinton out of the White House.

Perhaps if lukewarm Clinton supporters had thought Trump just might win they might have turned out in larger numbers, yet all those polls told them they need not bother.

Finally, sometimes there’s just plain old animal spirits. Both candidates are old, yet Trump kept going and going (Energizer bunny) while Clinton just couldn’t seem to remain on her feet for more than a few hours on a good day. Call it Strong Horse vs. Weak Horse, but it’s a tough world out there and many will be reluctant to vote for a leader who seems lacking in the strength needed to deal with that world.

So, Hillary Clinton met the problem, and the problem was she! Does anyone doubt she’ll remain in deep, deep denial?

Shrillary will never be president.

Thanks Trump!

It just struck me, this is exactly what the culprit says at the end of every Scooby Doo episode! “And I would have done it, too, if it wasn’t for you darn meddling kids!!!!”

I think she meant to say she is the “piece de resistance”. Being a “part of the grassroots resistance” rings like a cracked bell. She’s more of a “let them eat cake”, “Pig! I need a pig here!” type.

Her only ‘skill’ her ability to steal without remorse. Without Bill, we’d have only heard about this parasite in a news story when she, as a sleazy lawyer, was sentenced to prison for some financial chicanery she couldn’t eventually hide.

Only a loser could lose a rigged election.

And she is a loser.

Another Ed | May 4, 2017 at 4:44 pm

“I’m back to being an activist citizen — and part of the resistance”

She claims to be part of the solution, when the reality is that she is part of the problem.

Only the insane could either say and/or believe these two statements at the same time:

Clinton stated broadly that she takes “absolute personal responsibility” for her failure to win the White House.

Clinton attributed her defeat to a range of external ­forces, including saying she was a victim of misogyny and of “false equivalency” in the news media.

Had a Republican tried to pass such rantings off to the Press, they would be branded a frothing loon in every news report, four times an hour until the sun cooled into a dark cinder.

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