As she gets closer to her inevitable 2020 presidential bid, Hillary Clinton continues to foment racial animosity in preparation for her upcoming revenge tour.
The sorest loser of them all has conducted herself like the leader of a government in exile ever since her campaign’s epic blunder in taking Rust Belt states and white working-class voters for granted and then losing to bombastic amateur politician Donald Trump and she has now lit a match and thrown it into the gas tank over Georgia’s gubernatorial election.
Clinton can’t help herself by claiming that extremist Stacey Abrams – a woman who burned a state flag on the steps of the Georgia Capitol – has been cheated with innuendo that it was once again the racist white supremacist system that is keeping a successful woman of color down.
Abrams lost to Georgia Secretary Of State Brian Kemp last Tuesday but she has refused to concede and her advocates have been crying racism to force a do-over.
Hillary made her comments during a speech at the University Of Texas.
Hillary Clinton: "I know Stacey [Abrams] well – she was one of my really strong surrogates in the campaign. If she'd had a fair election, she already would have won." https://t.co/Y3wmlnHCBT pic.twitter.com/pRiglx5kxn
— The Hill (@thehill) November 15, 2018
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams would already have won Georgia’s governor race if there had been a fair election.
“If she had a fair election, she already would have won,” the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee said while speaking at the University of Texas’s LBJ School of Public Affairs, according to The Statesman.
Clinton on Tuesday night received the inaugural In the Arena Award from the university. She spoke about a variety of topics after accepting the honor, including Georgia’s governor’s race, which remains unsettled.
More via the Austin American-Statesman:
Clinton took the stage at the Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium to receive the award to whoops, hollers and applause from the audience, which was studded with longtime supporters who rose to cheer her.
Seated opposite one another on stage in matching red chairs, Evans interviewed Clinton, who recalled that she entered the metaphorical arena in the 1960s.
“It really was an amazing time in American history,” Clinton said, noting the presence of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson’s daughters Lucie and Lynda at the event. “It seemed we were all pulling in the same direction to that common ground, that higher ground.”
That decade was marred by political assassinations and the Vietnam War, she said, “but people were alive, and they were committed and involved in all the issues of the day.”
“It was a different feeling,” Clinton said. “There wasn’t the devaluing of government and politics and the cynicism that is used to turn people away from common effort.
“We have to rebuild that,” she said. “I think that is beginning to happen again.”
Getting a lecture on the perils of cynicism from Hillary Rodham Clinton is the equivalent of receiving a lesson in dinnertime etiquette from Jeffrey Dahmer.
Joining Hillary is Ohio Democrat and possible running mate Senator Sherrod Brown.
Conspiracy theorist Sherrod Brown says Republicans "stole" election from Stacey Abrams https://t.co/KDk3RAeaPb
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 15, 2018
It all just confirms that the Democrats will burn the country down and dance a jig on the smoldering ashes if that’s what it takes to return to power.