Hillary Clinton, for all intents and purposes, has been a hermit in the months after her embarrassing electoral trouncing by Donald Trump.
The former First Lady effectively went dark sometime in the evening of November 9th, after a belated concession speech that left many pundits scratching their heads. In the aftermath, stories surfaced of her drunken rampage against John Podesta on election night, and the bitter depression that she endured after Americans recognized her lifelong corruption and blocked her bid for the White House.
Now Clinton, who is pretending that anyone actually cares, has announced that she’s ready to end her hiatus as a recluse and return to the public spotlight. Unfortunately.
“Clinton said, ‘I have a hard time watching the news, I’ll confess.’
“She added, ‘I am ready to, you know, come out of the woods. And to help shine a light on what is already happening around kitchen tables, at dinners like this, to help draw strength that will enable everybody to keep going.’”
Clinton’s air of inevitability has apparently returned to her, as these statements sound less like attempts at martyrdom than her recent, sparse soundbites. Instead, Clinton seems to have channeled the bossy, know-it-all political hurricane of shame that she once represented on the campaign trail, that emboldened her throngs of mindless followers to the point where violence, radical vitriol, and death threats against Donald Trump seemed commonplace.
This news comes on the heels of the revelation that former President Barack Obama, mentor in many ways to Hillary Clinton, is still actively meddling in the day to day affairs of Washington not only by working behind the scenes to block Donald Trump’s necessary travel restrictions, but with a constructed team of D.C. spies he has employed to keep tabs on the President.