The 2-time failed Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton went on another “blame everything in the world” tour on Wednesday, but this time with a twist: while (apparently) accepting she made some terrible decisions during the 2016 election cycle, she later on “rationalized” her epic loss by saying that she did not lost because of bad decisions. How about that?
So, if it wasn’t for bad decisions, who’s to blame? Well, obviously: those pesky ruskies, who else? Let’s see about a quote from the Wednesday’s 2017 Recode Conference Q&A, shall we?
“Look, I take responsibility for every decision I made, but that’s not why I lost, so I think it’s important that we learn the real lessons from this last campaign,”
Speaking in front of Goldman Sachs bankers, because you know, they pay pretty good, Hillary concocted another cool story, blaming her election defeat on a vast right-wing conspiracy theory working hand in hand with thousands of Russian agents against her. The thousands of Russian agents were working around the clock on the internet, spreading fake news and rumors about “dear she-leader” via “content farms” or something along these lines. Pretty wild stuff, to say the least.
The Russians seem to be controlling the world in Hillary’s view, as they were able to influence the American voters, together with the US economy and on top of that, unity within the country. Basically, all the discord from the left and all the anti-Trump hate speech in the mainstream-media is Russia’s fault, get it?
Finally, she went on ranting about The Donald’s fake Twitter followers, which are obviously Russian bots working on America’s demise:
“Who is behind driving up Trump’s Twitter followers by the millions? We know they’re bots. Why? I assume there’s a reason for everything. Is it to make him look more popular than he is? Is it to try to influence others on Twitter about what the messaging is?”
And I saved the best for last:
Clearly, this is not the first time Hillary blamed external factors for her pathetic election loss to The Donald. Earlier in May when she spoke at a Women International Conference, Hillary blamed Comey and the FBI, along with Russia obviously.
“I was on the way to winning until the combination of Jim Comey’s letter on Oct. 28 and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off,” Clinton said. “And the evidence for that intervening event is, I think, compelling, persuasive.”