Reports indicate that failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will endorse New York Governor Andrew Cuomo instead of his primary opponent Cynthia Nixon.

Let me repeat myself: Hillary Clinton (the female who bashed females for not voting for her) will endorse Andrew Cuomo instead of his female primary opponent Cynthia Nixon.

Remember what Hillary said in March?

“Democrats, going back to my husband and even before, but just in recent times going back to Bill and our candidates and then President Obama, have been losing the vote, including white women. We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married white women,” Clinton said.

She went on to say that white women face an “ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.”

Clinton said that she was on the way to winning the white women vote until then-FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to leaders in Congress less than two weeks before the election stating that the FBI reopened its investigation into her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

All of a sudden white women, who were going to vote for me and frankly standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their workplaces, were being told, ‘She’s going to jail. You don’t want to vote for her. It’s terrible, you can’t vote for that.’ So, it just stopped my momentum and it decreased my vote enough because I was ahead. I was winning, and I thought I had fought my way back in the ten days from that letter until the election. I fell a little bit short,” Clinton said.

“I think that it was part of a historical trend that I was bucking and then it collapsed on me,” Clinton added.

So does that only count towards her and/or the presidency? Why not the governorship of New York?

Hypocrite. The Cuomo campaign confirmed the endorsement, which will happen at the New York Democratic convention. From Democrat & Chronicle:

Clinton, the former New York senator and first lady, has long been an ally of Cuomo, who served in President Clinton’s administration as secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Clinton plans to speak on the first day of the Democratic convention on Long Island. Cuomo is set to accept the party’s nomination for the third term on Thursday.

“New York has led the way in fighting back against the divisive, hateful agenda of the ultra-conservatives in Washington and worked to create a fairer, more inclusive state for all,” Clinton said in a statement.

“Working together we will elect more Democrats at every level of government to advance our shared progressive vision of equality and opportunity, and build a brighter future for generations to come.”

Hillary and Cuomo have a long history with each other and Cuomo backed her in the 2016 Democratic primary and presidential election. Hillary also endorsed Cuomo for governor in 2015.

Nixon supported Hillary over her opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), the self-proclaimed democratic socialist, even though Nixon is running as a hard-left Democrat with views similar to Sanders.

Jezebel’s Frida Garza penned a piece saturated in sarcasm chastizing Hillary’s choice, stating that she cannot even remember when the election happened, “like, six months ago or three years ago.” Ouch. While she isn’t as blunt as I am (I cannot help myself) it appears Garza cannot believe that Hillary would choose Cuomo over Nixon:

Which candidate do you think is representative of where the Democratic Party needs to go at this point in history? Cuomo or, someone who, perhaps, recognizes that marijuana decriminalization is a justice issue? Or who believes that New York state has an imperative to look out for students and give school districts better funding, challenging Cuomo’s policies when it come to the state budget? Or who hates New York City’s wack-ass subways and knows who’s responsible for the system’s disrepair? Hmm, jeez… hard to say.

Guess there’s no way to know, really!

Garza is not the only one who’s unhappy with Hillary:

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