Hillary Clinton has proven to be excellent at one particular political tactic in the wake of her harrowing defeat in 2016: Blaming everyone but herself for her failures.
This isn’t really a new trend for Clinton, however, the attacks that she is laying out have been far more barbed than usual after Donald Trump soundly defeated her in the general election back in November.
A great many political observers saw her new, unacceptable attitude coming from a mile away. Her unwillingness to concede the contest on election night, the stories of her physically assaulting her campaign manager after the loss, and her prolonged absence from the public in the months following Donald Trump’s victory all pointed to an extremely bitter former First Lady.
Of course, America rejected Hillary Clinton based on her myriad of past transgressions, and the overall “icky” feeling that many got from thinking about how terribly corrupt the democratic snake truly was. This didn’t sit well with Clinton, of course, and her new book has laid out a plethora of pathetic excuses for her loss and for the current implosion of the democratic party.
Yesterday, we reported on her blasting of Bernie Sanders – who she had to cheat to beat in the primaries – and today, we are ready to relate how Clinton has also taken shots at former Vice President Joe Biden who wasn’t even in the race.
“The Democratic nominee defeated by President Trump writes that she found Biden’s comments ‘remarkable’ given his own campaigning for her, in which he talked about what she would do for the middle class.
“‘Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 “did not talk about what it always stood for — and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class,”‘ Clinton said in her new book, ‘What Happened,’ which was obtained by CNN.
“‘I find this fairly remarkable, considering that Joe himself campaigned for me all over the Midwest and talked plenty about the middle class,’ she continued.
“Clinton was referring to comments made this past May by Biden, in which he criticized Democrats’ strategy to win over working-class voters.”
Clinton’s wildly accusatory tone in her new book is leaving We The People with an even more sour taste in our mouth than before, as it relates to the personal character of the democratic nominee.
When combined with the violent extremism that is burgeoning on the left, Clinton’s finger-pointing and name-calling will likely result in a further fractioning of the democratic party. Her insistence on shirking the blame for her own downfall is likely to banish the former Secretary of State from the 2020 race as America continues to move away from establishment Washingtonians.