It appears that, even eight years later, Hillary Clinton will remain enraged for the remainder of her time on earth that she lost fair and square to top GOP presidential candidate Trump in 2016.
The Democrats can squawk about the popular vote all they want; frankly, the so-called popular vote is meaningless if hordes upon hordes of illegals vote.
Red states that actually enforce immigration policies, however, including not letting illegals vote, have retained an enormous number of electoral votes, in particular Texas and Florida, which has placed a rather large dent in the Dems’ illegal migrant voting plan.
Which is no doubt why the Democrats are the quite keen on abolishing the electoral college.
To date, they’ve had no success, and hopefully, they never will. Otherwise, the nation will become 50 percent illegal migrants, if it’s not well on its way there already.
Hilariously, however, despite their obvious collusion with the globalists propelling illegal migrants across the border, the Democrats are continuing to double down on “authoritarian” Trump.
Including none other than Clinton herself, who made yet another self-serving appearance on ultra-woke MSNBC.
Apparently, Ms. Clinton is enraged that Trump didn’t serve as an effective cheerleader for the border bill that’s currently DOA.
“I was in the Senate for eight years, and I know some of the people that are still there. I know they don’t believe this,” Clinton sneered.
Is that so, Ms. Clinton? Please do, elaborate more on your wildly biased disinformation.
However, Clinton rapidly shifted targets, concentrating all her rage on Trump.
“And why they continue to give in to him, I don’t understand. I think that the border security would have been a very good time to stand up to Trump and say, ‘You’ve been talking about it. We’re delivering for you, Mr. President,’ and go from there,” Clinton continued to rave.
Translation: Clinton is enraged that Trump remains vastly more influential than she does.
“Frankly, the Democrats gave up a lot to support the Republican request for greater security, which I favored actually. And then at the last minute to have Donald Trump tell people who are independently elected in their states and have an obligation to represent their constituents and their conscience, that they had to stop trying to solve the problem and go back to letting it fester for his own political purposes was pretty shocking to me,” Clinton continued.
Is that so?
What’s even more shocking, Ms. Clinton, is the “who cares, they’re dead” remark carelessly issued right after the loss of soldiers in Benghazi, which was wholly preventable.
Just like the catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
“There were a few profiles in courage for a little while. People standing up and say, ‘What are you talking about? We want to solve this problem. That’s why we’re sent to Washington.’ But then they capitulated and honestly, it shows a real danger that Trump poses where it doesn’t matter whether you have a bipartisan agreement to solve a problem or not. If he wants it for political purposes, then he tries to and succeeds in blowing it up. That is what authoritarians do and that’s yet another reason why we can’t let them anywhere near the White House again,” Clinton continued to rant and rave.
Spare us all, Ms. Clinton.
The only real casualty from Trump reentering the White House would be the former Secretary of State’s ego.
Author: Ofelia Thornton