Hillary Clinton is back as a political activist and is passionately looking to dive back into the political realm after a brief hiatus.
So, what’s her new focus? The environment? Gun reform? The 2020 Democratic presidential primary? None of the above.
During a speech George Washington University, Clinton spoke on her loss in the 2016 presidential election. You just can’t make these things up.
BizPac Review reports the twice-failed presidential candidate blamed voter suppression of minorities and women for her 2016 election loss to President Donald Trump.
During the speech, Clinton remarked that the country was at “one of those moments we stand at a crossroads of our own crisis in democracy.”
“Racists and white supremacist views are lifted up in the media and the White House,” Clinton continued. “Hard fought-for civil rights are stripped back. Rule of law is being undermined, our norms and institutions are under assault. And that includes the single most important fight of our time — the fight to protect the right to vote.”
She added: “We are witnessing a deliberate and ongoing effort to undermine the integrity of our elections and silence millions of Americans … particularly women, the elderly, and people of color. It’s no accident. It’s in service to their larger goals of obtaining and keeping power.”
Here’s even more from BizPac Review:
Without evidence, Hillary further claimed that in 2016, about 200,000 people in Wisconsin were turned away from the polls. Naturally, she didn’t mention that she lost Wisconsin because she didn’t bother to visit the state, thinking it was a shoo-in for her.
Hillary then suggested that the only reason why she lost the electoral college in a landslide to Donald Trump was because of voter suppression.
“You can run the best campaign and have the best plans and get the nomination and win the popular vote and you can lose the Electoral College and therefore the election,” Clinton quipped.
Talk about holding a grudge.
BizPac Review also reports at no point in Clinton’s speech did she mention that she did not win the Electoral College because voters were concerned about her gross negligence in handling classified information during her time at the State Department.
“More than 2,100 classified emails passed through Hillary’s unsecured home email servers. Of those, 22 were so top-secret they were deemed too classified to be released to the public,” BizPac Review reports.Note: The author of this article has included commentary that expresses an opinion and analysis of the facts.