By The Daily Wire. Nearly 18 months after Hillary Clinton got crushed in the presidential election, she’s still on a worldwide tour to blame everything and everyone but herself.
We’ve lost count of all her foils, but here are some of the things and people Hillary blames: Former FBI director James Comey, Russia, computer bots, Wikileaks, Bernie Sanders, Facebook, Joe Biden, fake news, Twitter, voter ID laws, the vast right-wing conspiracy, sexism, Barack Obama, ageism, Anthony Weiner, white women, xenophobia, black people, the electoral college, the DNC, misogyny, women cowed by their husbands.
At a conference in Mumbai, India, she doubled down on that last claim. “We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married, white women,” she said. “And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.”
Clinton also claimed that states that voted for her are more economically advanced than the states that backed President Trump — you know, where that “basket of deplorables” live.
But now, “Even the staunchest Clinton allies as well as longtime advisers say the comments were cringeworthy and ultimately detrimental to Democrats,” The Hill reported on Wednesday. (Read more from “FINALLY: Even Democrats Are Now Sick and Tired of Hillary Clinton’s Loser Schtick” HERE)
Dems Are Angry Over Hillary Clinton’s Latest Comments
By The Hill. Democrats are angry that Hillary Clinton continues to discuss what went wrong during the 2016 presidential election against President Trump.
Even some of Clinton’s own former aides and surrogates say the former Democratic presidential nominee should back away from the discussion about her failed campaign because it’s harmful to the party . . .
In interviews with The Hill on Tuesday, even the staunchest Clinton allies as well as longtime advisers say the comments were cringeworthy and ultimately detrimental to Democrats.
“She put herself in a position where [Democrats] from states that Trump won will have to distance themselves from her even more,” said one former senior Clinton aide. “That’s a lot of states.”
Another Clinton surrogate questioned the decisionmaking behind Clinton’s remarks. For months, some Democrats have been arguing that Clinton’s sentiments have been counterproductive to the party’s rebuilding efforts. And some have told her she should emulate former President Obama’s model to only make statements when it’s essential. (Read more from “Dems Are Angry Over Hillary Clinton’s Latest Comments” HERE)