Watch: Hillary Is Still Whining About Losing 2016 Election

May 24, 2023 in News by RBN Staff

source:  zerohedge

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2023 – 08:00 AM

Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News,

Hillary Clinton never misses an opportunity to have a good whinge about losing the 2016 election to Donald Trump, and she’s still doing it seven years later.

During an event hosted by the Financial Times, Hillary was asked about the potential for Trump winning a second term.

She immediately responded “the Electoral College is a terrible anachronism that, you know, has caused people like me who win the popular vote not to be president,” adding “But that’s beside the point.”

It is so beside the point that she carried on talking about it.

“So think about this. I win by nearly 3 million votes over Trump in 2016. I lose the Electoral College by 77,000 votes. Biden wins by over 7 million votes and wins the Electoral College by 100,000 votes. It was the mirror image of what happened to me, only I was on the losing side and Biden was on the winning side.”

Still lost though. Cry some more.

She went on to charge that Trump “is angry because his game failed, his rigged game to steal the election.”

Hillary then projected that “if Trump wins, which I do not believe will happen, let me just quickly say that. If in some scenario that were to happen, it would be the end of democracy in the United States, it would be the end of Ukraine. It would become a –you know, he will pull us out of NATO if he wins again. And just like he pulled us out of the Iran deal, he pulled us out of the Paris Accords. He will pull us out of NATO.”



How awful that Trump might entertain stopping the endless flow of taxpayer money, arms and fighter jets going to waging a war with Russia that is never going to be won and has the potential to destroy the human race.

Hillary then went on to state that Joe Biden’s age “is a concern for anyone,” and the fact that he nearly decked it to his death down a flight of steps “is an issue and people have every right to consider it.”

Nevertheless, Hillary added “He doesn’t get the credit yet that he deserves for what is happening out in the country in terms of jobs, growth, planning for the future… So I obviously hope he stays very focused and able to compete in the election because I think he can be reelected, and that is what we should all hope for.”

Now that Biden is barely able to walk or talk, the big hope is that he is merely “able to compete.” Talk about setting a low bar.