Loser, Crooked AND Bitter Hillary: “Maybe I missed a few choices.”

Loser, Crooked AND Bitter Hillary: “Maybe I missed a few choices.”

To the detriment of Crooked’s fellow Progressives, Hillary Clinton now in the role of the bitter one appears to be unofficially in 2020 election mode.

Hillary is milking her 2016 Presidential election loss and her sense of entitlement for all only Hillary believes that it is worth.

The Circus is back in town.

In her first interview since that fateful day in November 2016, Hillary will sit down with Jane Pauley on CBS Sunday Morning.  Why must it always about politics and feminism with Hillary?

Since Crooked lost to a man, the bitter one will be damned if she gives her first interview since 2016 to a man.

Obvious that Jane Pauley is but one of many anchors in bed with the Clinton, unfurl the script, let the whining, blame game Sunday Morning dog and pony show begin.

American Mirror by Kyle Olson

Hillary Clinton isn’t going away any time soon. She has some scores to settle, much to the dismay of Congressional Democrats, who are trying to wage their own PR battle against President Trump.

Clinton has given her first television interview to CBS’s “Sunday Morning,” and a preview released by the network shows the failed candidate boisterously reliving the debate moment when he allegedly “breathed down her neck.”

“It was so, just discombobulating,” Clinton said of the moment Trump stood several feet behind her as she answered a question from a voter in St. Louis….

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Sorry, oh bitter one, accusing now President Donald J. Trump of sweating you during a presidential debate is both a lie and a lousy card to play.

Crooked and Bitter is not done.  According to the Daily Mail, Hillary is miffed at the nasty women of the Woman’s March and other anti-Trumpers for not coming out in 2016 on her behalf.  Where’s was their passion for me? I wanna know. [my emphasis]

Why weren’t the women outraged BEFORE I lost? Now Clinton blames female voters for her defeat in new book – and attacks Matt Lauer too

Hillary Clinton has added another name her long list of grievances about those who cost her the election, this time singling out energized anti-Trump women marchers for failing to deliver before her historic loss.

Clinton referenced the throngs of protesters who took the streets of Washington and other cities in a Women’s march shortly after his election. But her thoughts moved from the calls to resistance to the Trump agenda to why they hadn’t summoned that same passion for her own campaign.  

‘I couldn’t help but ask where those feelings of solidarity, outrage and passion had been during the election,’ Clinton writes in her new memoir, ‘What Happened….’

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Backtrack to 2017

Remember when Jane Pauley called for Hillary to become the first woman president?

Yeah, about those allegations of then 2016 Republican Party Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, sweating (hovering) over Hillary….

<span style="font-size: 8pt;">Screenshots of 2016 Second Presidential Debate showing distances between Clinton and Trump</span>
Screenshots of 2016 Second Presidential Debate showing distances between Clinton and Trump

Because Hillary’s is a sense of entitlement. STILL.

Cross-posted on Wow! Magazine.


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