The humiliation she faced in 2016 hasn’t discouraged Hillary Clinton even a little bit.
She’s still as delusional as ever!
In a podcast interview earlier this week, the failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talked about a rematch election against President Donald Trump. When asked, she didn’t hesitate to suggest that she would win.
Hillary, who lost the the election by 70 electoral votes responded to the question “would you beat Trump today?” with this answer: “Yes. But I think people believe that this is a referendum on him.”
She continued, “you know, when he ran before, people who knew him mostly knew him from reality TV. He’d been in their living rooms, and he was a businessman, and he looked like a billionaire, and he rode around in his big plane and all of that. So they kinda thought, ‘Well, hey, you know, give the guy a chance. Let’s see what he can do.’’”
“And now,” she added “everybody, I think, knows what the consequences of that have been.”
By “consequences,” she obviously means the historic economic gains and growing confidence of America’s role in the world – at least before the coronavirus pandemic.
Clinton went on to make wild allegations that President Trump May not leave the White House in November, even if he loses his campaign for re-election.
“I think it depends upon how big the loss is, and that’s why they’re doing everything they can to prevent people from voting — you know, they want to stop mail-in voting, they want to shrink the number of places where people can actually vote in person — because they know if we have a big turnout, they lose,” Clinton said.
Some irony in the accusation that Trump will just “NEVER GIVE IT UP IF HE LOSES” from a candidate who has clearly refused to accept the results of the 2016 election.
But one good thing did come from Hillary’s out-of-touch interview. She probably won’t subject us to another one of her painful runs for President.
At the end of her time on the podcast, after a long rant suggesting the electoral college should be abolished, she dismissed the notion that she would ever run for president again, calling it “not in the cards.”
To which we all have to say…