Ever since losing the presidential election last November to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton hasn’t wasted a single opportunity to discuss her defeat, while searching for someone or something to blame for her loss.
This has been a constant topic of discussion whenever she speaks, tweets, or is interviewed — something slowly driving the general public insane. The woman is incapable of taking responsibility for her own actions.
Which is what makes her latest dig at President Trump deliciously ironic. Clinton recently spoke with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour where she said Trump needs to worry less about the election and more about doing what’s good for the country.
According to CNBC:
While Hillary Clinton said she believes she lost the 2016 presidential race because of meddling, she also took an opportunity to rib Donald Trump.“Remember, I did win by more than 3 million votes than my opponent. So, it’s like…really?” Clinton said at the Women for Women International Luncheon in New York.
When CNN’s Christiane Amanpour said, “I feel a tweet coming,” Clinton shrugged, “Well, fine.”“If he wants to tweet about me, I’m happy to be the diversion because we’ve got lots of other things to worry about. He should worry less about the election and my winning the popular vote than doing some other things that would be important for the country,” she said.
Clinton also said she was “on the way to winning,” but lost after FBI Director Jim Comey’s letter to Congress and WikiLeaks “raised doubts” and “scared off” voters.
Yet, when Amanpour asked whether Clinton takes personal responsibility for the loss, the former secretary of State replied, “Of course!” Clinton added: “I take absolute personal responsibility. I was the candidate.”
So, if she’s willing to take personal responsibility, why is she still blaming her loss on WikiLeaks and FBI Director Comey’s letter to Congress?
The actions exposed by these scandals are hers to bear, so at the end of the day, her loss is still squarely on her shoulders.
Hillary — and other Democrats like her — don’t seem to understand how out of touch they are with the average American citizen; or how their policies have left the middle class struggling more than it ever has.
As a result, many were fed-up with left-wing policies and open to trying something different, thus, they overwhelmingly voted for Trump.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]