Hillary Warns That Trump Won’t ‘Go Quietly’
It will never cease to baffle me at just how hypocritical and ironic the Democratic left can be. And the saddest part is that they fail to even remotely see it.
Take former first lady, secretary of state, senator, and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, for example.
These days, she has a one-track mind that continues to rehearse the lie that Donald Trump is an âillegitimateâ president, and she should have won. And yet, as recent as this week, she had the audacity to tell the public that she doesnât think Trump will accept a loss in November.
Absurd, right? Maybe sheâs the one whoâs losing her marbles instead of Biden.
But as her recent virtual interview with late-night tv host Trevor Noah explains, she doesnât believe anything more completely. In fact, she warns that we need to be prepared for when he loses as he will not âgo quietly.â
Noah, who is also a staunch Democrat and leftist, asked Hillary if she believed President Trump would, if he loses the election, claim that he was somehow wronged, blaming either mail-in voting or some other form of rigged election for it being an âillegitimateâ loss.
And of course, to this, Hillary said, âWell, I think it is a fair point to raise as to whether or not, if he loses, heâs going to go quietly or not. And we have to ready for that.â
Now, this isnât just absurd because she believes Trump to be incapable of anything but being a sore loser. No, the real irony lies in the fact that she, more so than anyone else ever, canât seem to accept her fate.
In the last four years since her defeat by Trump in 2016, she has done little else but tries to blame just about everyone and everything under the sun for that loss.
As White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said during an interview with Fox Newsâ Harris Faulkner on Tuesday, âItâs comical to watch the Democratic Party talk about not accepting the results of the election because the only people who havenât accepted the results of elections are people in the Democratic Party, like Hillary Clinton whoâs blamed her loss on, I think it was something like two dozen different entities, never blaming herself.â
And McEnany isnât wrong. First, Clinton blamed the electoral college, then, Russia, Russia, Russia. But never herself, even though it was her campaign that had funded the fraudulent Steele dossier. It was her campaign that had sent out massive tracking emails. And her alone that lost the election.
Even now, she claims that the Republicans will try to rig the election and get Trump another four years âillegitimately.â Because, you know, there is no way anyone would honestly choose him or over her, right? At least not in a fair electionâ¦
She told Noah in the same interview, âRepublicans have two prongs to their strategy to try to win. The first is: try to prevent many people who they think wonât vote for them from voting. So, make the lines really long, where young people vote, of African Americans vote, or Hispanics vote.â And the second is to âtry to make vote by mail as difficult as possible.â
But Clinton hasnât just blamed other things on her loss; she has actually tried to undo the results. As I said before, it was her that conspired with the Russians to try and make Trump lose. And then when he didnât, she claimed his campaign had been the one colluding for political gain. She and her cohorts made it so believable to the naÃ¯ve, party above all leftists that Trump was nearly ousted from office for those lies.
And yet she has the nerve to say Trump is the one who wonât be able to accept, what she believes will be, a loss for him.
Yeah, because that makes sense. Not.
As one social media user put so well, âAlexa, show me a textbook example of projection.â Under the comment is a blurb about a Washington Times article in which this interview is covered. It reads, âHillary Clinton: Donald Trump might not âgo quietlyâ if he loses the election.â