Just possible, people were right

People thought I was evil’ Clinton memoir struggles to make sense of Trump’s victory

13 thoughts on “Just possible, people were right”

  1. Surprisingly snarky on Clinton for the BBC.

    She lost. The BBC doesn’t tolerate losers. Look how they treated Corbyn before the election, and compare with now.

  2. The bbc article quite fascinating about Obama not weighing in on the Russian affair unless it was bi-partisan. Why? I wonder? I mean i genuinely wonder why he cared about bi-partisanship, or why he didn’t care about Hilary.

  3. And would anyone want someone without a “the buck stops here” attitude? Putin got involved in the election? Yes, that’s what foreign leaders do. I seem to recall one Barack Obama telling Britain to remain in Europe.

    I mean, forget if Putin actually had any influence (he didn’t), the correct way to talk about it is not “wah, Putin got involved” but “I failed to deal with the propaganda being spread by Putin”.

    I used to believe Hilary was the least worst option over Trump, but can you imagine someone with this attitude as a leader?

  4. It reminds me of a scene in the private eye movie “Harper”.

    A cop threatens Harper (Paul Newman) “I could get ugly”

    “You ARE ugly” sez Newman.

    What a shame someone couldn’t have said similar to Killery.

    “People thought I was evil”

    “You ARE evil”.

  5. Tanks, JS; excellent link.

    ‘ “I don’t know quite what audience he was playing to, other than maybe some right-wing commentators, right-wing members of Congress, whatever,” Mrs Clinton said of Mr Comey’s press conference in July 2016.’

    See, it was a tiny right wing conspiracy wot dunnit.

  6. She did it to herself:

    “Women have always been the primary victims of war, women lose their husbands, fathers, sons….”

    should have been plenty, but she just kept on digging.

  7. Nine months ago lefties, liberals and progressives were weeping copious tears for the injustice done to St. Hillary. Now they are begging her to go away forever. Kind of a modern day “Get thee to a nunnery” sort of thing… Except who could presume her to have been virtuous?

    Fun to watch.

  8. “Women have always been the primary victims of war, women lose their husbands, fathers, sons….”

    An interesting insight into her mind there. That really is taking identity politics to a demented new level there.

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