There are few people who have been more responsible for the terrible period of hate, distrust, and divisiveness that has gripped the country since 2016 than Hillary Clinton.
The biggest sore loser of all just can’t accept the simple fact that more than half of the country hates her and wouldn’t vote for her if their lives depended on it. She has refused to just get over it like every other candidate who came up on the short end for the duration of the nation’s history and continues to bitch and whine about how the election was “stolen” from her.
The latest diatribe came during the California leg of the “An Evening With The Clintons” tour where she once again demonstrated both her unlikeability as well as her outsized sense of entitlement.
What she's been telling candidates who went to her: "You can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you." #BillAndHill pic.twitter.com/gx5az4z0uf
— Teleute (@bigfootmeds) May 5, 2019
Via The Washington Examiner, “Hillary Clinton suggests 2016 election was ‘stolen’ from her”:
Hillary Clinton said on Saturday she is advising candidates about what it is like to have an election “stolen” during an “Evening with the Clintons” event in Los Angeles, Calif.
“You can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you,” Clinton said she has been telling candidates who have come to see her. The comment was met with cheers.
Clinton’s 2016 campaign was targeted by Russian interference efforts, which included stolen emails from her campaign chairman that were leaked to the public, and a social media disinformation effort.
Mrs. Clinton also joined in the orchestrated smear campaign against Attorney General William Barr who is hated and feared by the Democrats because he is going to get to the bottom of who authorized the spying on the Trump campaign that led to the failed coup.
WATCH: Hillary Clinton says Attorney General Barr's four-page letter 'mischaracterized the substance of' the Special Counsel’s report pic.twitter.com/Q7ZSfAvKPL
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) May 6, 2019
Is it any wonder why the Clinton tour has been a mega-flop? According to some reports, tickets in Los Angeles were going for as low as $2 to hear this bullshit.