So here we are more than a year after our last presidential election and still Hitlery seems to be still in search of a reason on which she can hang her humiliating defeat. To the point where she is now pointing a rather boney finger at, where else but, the eight years of former ex-president Obummer as the reason she couldn’t campaign on an “agenda of change” and conceivably win the 2016 election. This despite the fact that Obummer actively campaigned for her throughout the 2016 campaign.
It was during an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt earlier this week that Hitlery bemoaned being seen as an extension of the Obummer years. Hitlery told Hewitt, “It is true that when you run to succeed a two-term president of your own party, you have a historical headwind blowing against you.” And she went on to say, “It’s not just this campaign can be set apart from everything that’s ever happened in our politics. It is a challenge.”
And Hitlery also suggested her campaign suffered from mixed messaging. She said, “If you are both the candidate defending a lot of the areas of agreement, but also putting forth an agenda for change, which is what I tried to do, it is often difficult to get the second part of that message through.” Is that what she was trying to do? Because while I must admit that I didn’t pay that much attention to her campaign, what I did see of it, there were few, if any, areas where she differed from Obummer.
Not that she really wanted to distance herself from Obummer. Hitlery said, “I was proud to serve in the Obama administration. I did not agree with everything that President Obama decided, but on balance, I really think he did what had to be done to rescue the economy, which as we all remember, was in desperate straits.” People heard this coming from her and looked back at eight years of anemic economic growth and an $10 Trillion increase in the national debt and said no way, no Hitlery.
Despite her misgivings about messaging, Hitlery says she continues to have a “high regard for the campaign that we put together, and all of the people who were working in it so hard.” Hitlery continued to differentiate her campaign from that of Donald Trump, whom she described as “the first reality TV candidate,” while she insisted she was “for better or worse, the candidate of reality.” Ok, but whose reality? Hitlery was set to continue policies that had been proven not to work.
And it was during the same interview that Hitlery said she was “very much worried by the actions and rhetoric” of President Donald Trump. She said, “I don’t have any personal stake in this presidency. I have a citizen’s stake. I have a concerned person’s stake. And I am, as you might guess, very much worried by the actions and rhetoric of our current president. And so I was cordial with him before we ran against each other. He supported me when I ran for the Senate in New York.”
She said, “And then he began to traffic in all kinds of conspiracies like the birther conspiracy, and you know, then making all kinds of outrageous and untrue attacks on immigrants and others, and really being an equal opportunity insulter. I really did hope, and as I said in my concession speech, which I talk about in the book, I said we all need to give him a chance. And we all need to support our president. We have one president at a time. And I’ve been very disappointed in the way that he has conducted himself.” This coming from the woman married to ‘Slick Willy?”
Hewitt asked, “After this is all done, do you see becoming friendly with him again?” And Hitlery responded by saying, “I don’t know the answer to that question, Hugh. I think that you know, his attacks on so many of the concerns that I’ve always had, I’ll give you just a quick example, I was involved in the bipartisan program called the Children’s Health Insurance Program, Ted Kennedy, Orrin Hatch, I mean real, you know, real Republican-Democratic cooperation at the end of the 90s.”
She continued by saying, “My husband signed it into law in a Republican Congress, and George W. Bush continued it. Barack Obama and a Republican Congress continued it. And it takes care of 9 million kids whose families, you know, are too well off, even though they are working families for Medicaid, and they don’t have insurance under an employer that covers the very expensive costs of caring for kids with chronic, congenital, traumatic conditions.”
And she added, “Okay, so I don’t think a word has been said by the current president, and certainly the Congress has failed to reauthorize it. So at the end of this year, right around Christmas, 9 million kids and their families are going to start being told they no longer have health insurance for cystic fibrosis, for diabetes, for cancer, whatever it might be. I don’t understand that, Hugh. I don’t get it. And so it’s not just personal with, you know, threats against me and all that stuff that goes on.”
And she concluded by saying, “It’s really a values issue for me, because you know, I do think we’re put on this Earth in large measure to try to help take care of each other. And we can do that in smart ways, and I’ve always tried to be on the smart side of that. But you know, to walk away from caring for kids, I just don’t understand it.” I hate to be the one to break it to her, but her ‘values’ are not the ‘values’ of most Americans. And when has she ever been on the smart side of anything?
Look, Hitlery had 90% of the state-controlled media actively promoting her despite knowing what a terrible candidate she actually was. And at the same time they were busy promoting her they were doing all that they could to tear down her opponent. And add to that the fact that Hitlery, quite literally, had all of Hollyweird in her corner as well. And she also had most of academia in her corner, we now know that she literally owned the DNC, and still, even with all that she couldn’t win.
And it wasn’t because she was a woman. It was because the majority of those who actually vote in election didn’t believe her to be trustworthy and she confirmed their distrust by keeping a private email server and lying about it. She lost because she called 50% of the voting public “deplorable.” She lost because she’s a hypocrite, championing women’s rights and then trashing/threatening the women your husband harassed and abused. You lost because her political positions shift with the wind.
But most of all, she lost because, while Donald Trump was talking about the economy and jobs, all she was talking about was Donald Trump. And as we saw, a “He’s worse than me” strategy wasn’t really an effective campaign strategy. If it had been it would now be President Hitlery and not President Trump. Anyone who happened to catch any of her campaign speeches knew long before the election, regardless of what all the polls were supposedly telling us, that Hitlery was toast.
But I suppose, to a limited extent, hers is a legitimate complaint. The biggest part of Obummer’s legacy is the election of Donald Trump. It was Obummer, as much as it was Hitlery, that the voters were voting against. Future elections may see a recurring pattern of “We will Vote for: No Democrats, No Liberals, No East-Coast Snobs, No Left-Coast Marxists.” Eight years of Obummer taught many Americans some serious lessons about Progressivism. Hence Democrat desire to keep our borders open.
It was about her loss that Hitlery said, “Hack, hack, what difference, at this point, does it make? I’ve been suffering from PTSD ever since the snipers were shooting at me as I disembarked the helicopter, I am not able to handle the various technological devices I have, I misplaced my server, when I found it I needed to wipe it, like with a cloth. And I’ve had to deal with so many bimbo eruptions I could puke! This is all part of the vast, right wing conspiracy and it’s not my fault, hack, wheeze, I lost!”
And remember it was Hitlery who did her college thesis on her hero Saul Alinsky. For those of you who have never heard of Alinsky, he wrote “Rules for Radicals”. It’s a ‘how to’ for anarchists that gives them ‘rules’ that will aid them in overthrowing the USA. Alinsky was a socialist who wanted to undermine and overthrow America in order to fundamentally transform America’s capitalist order and change it to communism. Hitlery’s entire ‘career’ has been based on the overthrow of America.