Hillary Clinton

Dems Ready to Dump Clinton for Good After Pathetic Excuses in New Book

If the nation felt like Hillary Clinton was the laughing stock of American politics before, her latest bizarre blame-game has certainly upped the ante for the democratic dunce.

In 2016, Americans made a resounding choice in their election of Donald Trump:  We The People were sick and tired of politics as usual and Washington D.C.’s infestation of establishment goons who catered only to their special interest overlords.

In short, we wouldn’t be electing the cretinous Hillary Clinton anytime soon.

Clinton, however, just couldn’t understand it.  How was it she waltzed into the democratic primaries with an air of inevitability and an arrogance that would make Andrew Dice Clay blush and still had to cheat to become the nominee?

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Her frustration with the nation abandoning her became apparent during the debates between herself and eventual President Donald Trump, as Clinton turned belligerent.  Her insistence that Trump was a Russian operative working for Vladimir Putin was merely the tip of the delusional iceberg for the former First Lady, who bandied about a number of cockamamy and constructed claims regarding her opponent.

Now, even nearly a year removed from the election, Clinton is still tossing blame around in a new book hilariously titled “What Happened”.  In the surely salacious tome, Clinton blasts both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden during her mission to divide the democratic party, (and it’s the one thing she seems to be good at).

Now, the democrats are fighting back.

“Sanders brushed off Clinton’s criticism in a Wednesday interview with The Hill, saying it’s time for Democrats to ‘look forward, not backward.’

“Not everyone was so charitable. Even some of Clinton’s allies have grown weary of her insistence on re-litigating the 2016 campaign at a time when the Democratic Party is looking to forge a new identity in the age of Trump.

“’The best thing she could do is disappear,’ said one former Clinton fundraiser and surrogate who played an active role at the convention. ‘She’s doing harm to all of us because of her own selfishness. Honestly, I wish she’d just shut the f— up and go away.’

“Since her loss, Clinton has taken fire from both sides of the aisle for what’s seen as her refusal to acknowledge her own role in her campaign’s defeat.

“She has blamed Russian hackers, sexism and former FBI Director James Comey for her defeat. But she has proven less vocal about flaws in her own campaign.

“Clinton’s latest election musings have also reopened old wounds from the bitter primary fight with Sanders right as Democrats say their focus should be on finding an economic message that appeals to the Rust Belt voters who abandoned the party for Trump.”

It seems that the democrats are more than ready to be rid of the cancerous Clinton.

With their party imploding at an unfathomable rate, the democrats are likely to suffer another harrowing defeat in the 2018 primaries, as American voters begin to lump the entire party in with the establishment turncoat republicans in congress, both groups vying for the title of “supreme resistance to Trump”.

What these poor politicos are forgetting is that the people of the United States, whom they work for, elected Donald Trump President because he is precisely not Hillary Clinton and certainly not one of the Washington elite.

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