Hillary Clinton didn’t really lose the last presidential election.
She’s now trying to frame her embarrassing loss as a victory for women. She wants people to believe that perverts like Harvey Weinstein would never have been locked up if it weren’t for her.
“In an alternative reality, if you were president today in 2018, do you think the #MeToo movement would’ve still happened?” someone recently asked Clinton.
“I believe that it was a wave that was building and building and building… I think my losing probably accelerated that wave,” she replied.
It’s a bald lie even for Clinton. She and Weinstein have been close for years. He was a major campaign donor, raising tens of thousands of dollars for Clinton’s political career. She went to movie premieres with him, she was the guest of honor at his dinners.
Despite the multitude of evidence contradicting her, she’s still claiming that she helped launched the #MeToo movement.
During the same talk, she also made a point to insult President Trump.
“When you’ve been accused of everything like I have and you realize people actually believe it, it’s really depressing,” she whined.
“I don’t want anyone to go through that. To be lied about and vilified is damaging to our body politic… Trump still yells lock her up. Does he think I’m president? Someone also needs to tell Fox News they can’t impeach me, it doesn’t work that way with a private citizen.”
She’s also a little confused about her legacy. It was already tarnished by her handling of Benghazi and her email server drama, but she made it worse by her pathetic behavior after she lost to President Trump. She’s STILL complaining about her defeat.
However, she thinks people should look up to her.
“Don’t let anyone else put a stop to your dreams,” she said.
“It’s the best form of revenge by making it clear you are not going to be stopped, you are not going to be disrespected, you are not going to be undermined. I hope my legacy has contributed to that in some way.”
(Source: Daily Mail)