Hillary is Still Mad and She is Still Blaming Everyone

Andrew Anglin

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Hillary tells @karaswisher "So there is an air of illegitimacy that surrounds Trump’s presidency, and that just infuriates them….Because I was the candidate that they basically stole an election from." https://t.co/NovSU9xxyo

— Alex Thompson (@AlxThomp) October 26, 2020

The real ride that never ends is the Hillary Clinton Blame Train.

She is still out there blaming people! On the even of the next election!



RT:

Failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is claiming Trump “basically stole the election” from her four years after her loss, a statement that is earning her plenty of ridicule on social media.

In an interview with journalist Kara Swisher’s podcast for the New York Times Opinions network released on Monday, Clinton spoke about losing in 2016 because of a “disinformation campaign” run by then-Republican candidate Donald Trump and “Russian media.” She even claimed the election was “stolen” from her.

“I think that Trump and a lot of the people around him know that his victory was not on the up and up. They had an extensive campaign to suppress black voters. We now know much more about that than we did,” the former secretary of state said.
.@HillaryClinton: There’s “no doubnt” I would have handled Covid better than @realDonaldTrump

“I was born for that" pic.twitter.com/3kUu02KIBc

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 26, 2020

She also blamed third party voters who handed Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein historic results for their parties and claimed they were “boosted” by “Russian media.”

“They had third party candidates boosted, particularly by Russian media. And the lies and ridiculous stories made up about me were meant to either keep you at home, or drive you third party if they couldn’t get you to vote for Trump,” she said.

Trump, she said, holds a presidency that has an “air of illegitimacy,” something she has said many times over the past four years.

She now drives Trump and Republicans “crazy” because “I was the candidate that they basically stole an election from.”
What is wrong with women?

How are they not capable of understanding that a world exists outside of their bodies, and people are looking at them?

How do they not feel shame?

Happy Birthday, honey… pic.twitter.com/4VMDkhSDkB

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) October 26, 2020
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TheBoom

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She is a good case study to help young men understand women. Most Western women (and to a degree all women everywhere) feel entitled to having their dreams come true and refuse to take any responsibility for it not happening. It is a version of "hell hath no furry like a woman scorned."
 
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I'm really pleased that Hillary has decided not to bow out with dignity and poise but instead remain actively embittered about losing. Each time she has cropped up like a nasty coldsore during the past four years, has reminded me anew of what a pleasure it was to see her defeated, and indeed given me a renewed, fresh sense of relief regarding how lucky we all were that she never got to become US President. If she wasn't consistently reminding us of this fact, surely someone else would be having to do the job for her?
 
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Mundus

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Try and explain to the next generation what it was like living through 2015, 2016, 2017. Ah.............Ah...........Ah............. What a ride.
"A lot of people were super optimistic that good would triumph over such a monstrous and obvious evil. The evil forces got spooked by the sudden realization of how much good still existed in the world, so they set about preventing people from communicating with each other and then they locked everything down and went full pravda. The message was clear; if the people wanted goodness and normalcy so badly, they were in the wrong and needed to be brutalized and replaced..."
 

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"A lot of people were super optimistic that good would triumph over such a monstrous and obvious evil. The evil forces got spooked by the sudden realization of how much good still existed in the world, so they set about preventing people from communicating with each other and then they locked everything down and went full pravda. The message was clear; if the people wanted goodness and normalcy so badly, they were in the wrong and needed to be brutalized and replaced..."
Who said that?
 

Jay.Que.88

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"A lot of people were super optimistic that good would triumph over such a monstrous and obvious evil. The evil forces got spooked by the sudden realization of how much good still existed in the world, so they set about preventing people from communicating with each other and then they locked everything down and went full pravda. The message was clear; if the people wanted goodness and normalcy so badly, they were in the wrong and needed to be brutalized and replaced..."
Is this a quote or did you write it yourself?

Either way, that's really good and I took a screen shot so I don't forget it. Maybe I can use it somewhere. It really sums everything up perfectly...
 

Mundus

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Is this a quote or did you write it yourself?

Either way, that's really good and I took a screen shot so I don't forget it. Maybe I can use it somewhere. It really sums everything up perfectly...
It's not that great of a quote; I tried to make it sound like the introduction to a Conan novel.
 

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I don't even know how to express the feeling exactly, but these mommy cunts are the absolute worst of humanity. Worse than niggers and jews.
 

Jay.Que.88

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It's not that great of a quote; I tried to make it sound like the introduction to a Conan novel.
Oh, hecking A, fren! No wonder it resonated with me so much!

I memorized the "know, o prince, that there was an age undreamed of, when shining kingdoms lay spread across the land like
blue mantles beneath the stars [...]" intro quoted from the Nemedian Chronicles a few years ago for fun. "Pheonix on the Sword," IIRC?
When I have children Conan and Dune will be some of the first things they are read to in the crib. (gotta activate those language
centers and brain development as early as possible!)

Howards prose is like poetry. When you read it aloud, there is a real meter to it, like Homeric or other ancient translations.

If I read your piece in that kind of Conan tone, it gives it more ooommf.

Well done! Bravo!
 
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Mundus

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Oh, hecking A, fren! No wonder it resonated with me so much!

I memorized the "know, o prince, that there was an age undreamed of, when shining kingdoms lay spread across the land like
blue mantles beneath the stars [...]" intro quoted from the Nemedian Chronicles a few years ago for fun. "Pheonix on the Sword," IIRC?
When I have children Conan and Dune will be some of the first things they are read to in the crib. (gotta activate those language
centers and brain development as early as possible!)

Howards prose is like poetry. When you read it aloud, there is a real meter to it, like Homeric or other ancient translations.

If I read your piece in that kind of Conan tone, it gives it more ooommf.

Well done! Bravo!
"With the economy in ruins, and the slaves locked in their opium dens due to the corona of hysteria, the children of the lie would spread the cruelty of their dark masters across the face of the old world. The truthsayers had been forced into a vow of silence, and were hunted and imprisoned wherever the children of the lie found them. An army of harpies and monsters of blackest night had set fire to the once-great cities of men, but glimmers of the courage of heroes still prevailed in this evil age. Let me tell you of the days of high adventure!"
 
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