America’s former first female POTUS just gave a lengthy interview to Jeff Bezos’ blog, I mean Washington Post, during which she unironically claimed that Donald Trump is a little obsessed with her. In psychology, this is called projection and it’s the modus operandi of the Democratic party and the Left generally speaking, i.e. accusing others of what you’re actually doing (including colluding with Russia).
Why is President Trump “a little obsessed” with Hillary Clinton you asked? Well, because “she won the popular vote”, that’s why. Or, at least that’s what Hillary firmly believes. If you have the patience and the moral strength to check out the full interview for the WaPo, you can see how Hillary continues to dwell on her epic-fail, I mean election loss, as she explains (no one cares really Hillary) why she lost and also (no once really cares Hillary) why she thinks she’d have won:
“He’s a little obsessed with me; but I think it’s partly his own ego because he knows I got more votes and he knows that there are questions about the election that deserve answers,”
Hillary also told WaPo that she’s not the only obsession President Trump has, because:
“When in trouble in the Congress or the Russian investigation, his go-to targets are President Obama and me, and African Americans.”
Moreover, it’s been a year now and she can’t get over her loss in 2016, as she looks pretty much tormented with how she could have lost the election to Donald Trump of all people:
“I’m a, by nature, a reserved person. I knew that I was ready to do the job, I felt I was qualified, that my experience really gave me the tools that were needed for our country at this point in our history, but I confess I’m not as sure that I conveyed that as strongly as I wish I had,”
Reading the entire interview, it dawned on me: no one is obsessed with Hillary Clinton more than Hillary herself.
Anybody remember a former presidential candidate still on the campaign trail a year after losing the election?
Anybody remember a former Secretary of State still attempting to affect policy and remain relevant after leaving the position five years earlier?
Anybody remember a former first lady who still thinks she lives in the White House 16 years after her husband moved out?
PS: Anybody (including Hillary) remember that she said during the last debate that she would NOT contest the outcome of the election and to do so would be destructive to our democratic process?