Hillary Clinton Emerges From Hiding, Insider Reveals What She’s Been Plotting All Along
Hillary Rodham Clinton has spent most of her time behind closed doors since her humiliating loss to Donald Trump in November. She even tragically told an audience that she just wants to “curl up with a good book, or our dogs, and never leave the house again.” Pretty pathetic, huh?
I guess I’d be pretty hopeless, too, if I had just become the first women to lose a presidential election.
In addition to her new hobby of being a complete recluse, Hillary has also taken to blaming others for her staggering defeat. Ironic, since she brought to the table a list of scandals so long that they’re impossible to recall all in one sitting.
First, the disgraced Democratic nominee pinned her loss on FBI Director James Comey and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Now, she is targeting someone else with her anger and disdain over losing the White House…
There’s one man former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton blames for her loss more than FBI Director James Comey and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
That man is former President Barack Obama, according to a scoop from Axios, a new inside-the-beltway outlet helmed by Mike Allen, the former chief White House correspondent for Politico.
According to Allen, members of Clinton’s team are frustrated Obama didn’t come out earlier and more forcefully with evidence that Russia interfered in the presidential election — a conclusion since reached by the FBI and the CIA. Had the former president imposed sanctions on Russia, some Clintonites believe, Americans might be saying, “Madam President,” right now.
The Obama White House waited until October to say it was “confident” the Kremlin was behind the hacks into the Democratic National Committee and the emails of then-Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta.
By letting it linger for so long without a strong and clear response from the White House, the staffers argued, American voters were left in the dark to sort out all the reports of interference on their own.
“The White House was like everyone else: They thought she’d win anyway,” an unnamed Clinton official told Axios. “If he had done more, it might have lessened a lot of aggrieved feelings, although I don’t think it would have altered the outcome.”
“The Russia thing was like a spy novel, and anything he had said or done would have helped get people to believe it was real,” the source added.
One is forced to wonder how many times this “Russia hacked the election” narrative must be disproven before Democrats will get it through their thick skulls. Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have said that the Podesta emails were leaked from a source within the DNC, not Russia. Furthermore, the insider who commandeered those emails has also come forward.
As usual, the left is hanging onto a lie to help themselves sleep at night.