Will someone please, for the love of all that is Holy, please help Hillary Clinton find a hobby?
Could we crowdfund the liberal lass a crocheting set? Or perhaps she could start a book club or a knitting group? Something to keep her away from microphones and television cameras, preferably.
Clinton has been famously opposed to the reality that she has actually lost the 2016 election, even a year and a half later, as her political career continues to dwindle into a trickle of soundbites and television appearances. Not only did she refuse to concede on the night of the election, (opting instead to drunkenly assault her campaign manager John Podesta), she then went on to write an entire book on how the election was taken from her.
Not how she lost, mind you, but What Happened.
Hillary then completes the requisite book tour, and found herself back in the public eye just long enough to show off her ever-deteriorating health and use an anti-feminist and sexist slang term for a couple of yucks on the internet.
Of course, the defeated disaster of a Democrat hasn’t learned from the dwindling crowd sizes at her public appearances and the nation’s wholesale ignorance of whatever it is that she’s up to these days, hoping to see her fade into obscurity in the absence of any real investigation into her innumerable crimes against We The People.
Instead, Hill has returned, hoping to convince us that every single complaint that political observers have about her is somehow sexist.
On Thursday, The Great Self-Pitying One, Hillary Clinton, moaned that she had heard from many people that she should simply go away. She lamented, “They never said that to any man who was not elected.”
Clinton was speaking at Rutgers University when she was asked what her response had been to people who told her to “get off the public stage and shut up.”
Clinton mewled, “That began to happen after the election. … I was really struck by how people said that to me — you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason — like, ‘Oh, you know, go away, go away.’ … They never said that to any man who was not elected. I was kind of struck by that.”
Now, we all know that this is simply untrue, even if we don’t cite any examples. Political campaigns always seem to end a bit ugly, especially in this day and age of leftist vitriol running rampant online and on cable television. Clinton is in no way being treated differently because she is a woman; She is being treated differently because she represents all that is inherently wrong with the way American politics work.
Her defeat wasn’t so much a victory for Donald Trump as it was a victory of the American people over the “powers that be” ruling class that has long held our nation’s capital hostage.
Now, do you think she would like cross-stitch or crochet better?