Desperately trying to stay relevant, Hillary keeps talking. And, as usual, the world revolves around her.
Despite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claiming otherwise, Hillary is sticking to the ‘Russia-did-it’ narrative preferred by the Left.
Hillary Clinton said on Thursday that the hacking attacks carried out by Russia against her campaign and the Democratic National Committee were intended “to undermine our democracy” and were ordered by Vladimir V. Putin “because he has a personal beef against me.”
Speaking to a group of donors in Manhattan, Mrs. Clinton said that Mr. Putin, the Russian president, had never forgiven her for the accusation she made in 2011, when she was secretary of state, that parliamentary elections his country held that year were rigged.
“Putin publicly blamed me for the outpouring of outrage by his own people, and that is the direct line between what he said back then and what he did in this election,” Mrs. Clinton said.
It is the first time Mrs. Clinton has publicly addressed the impact of the hacks since the intelligence community concluded that they were specifically aimed at harming her campaign.
“Make no mistake, as the press is finally catching up to the facts, which we desperately tried to present to them during the last months of the campaign,” Mrs. Clinton told the group, which collectively poured roughly $1 billion into her effort. “This is not just an attack on me and my campaign, although that may have added fuel to it. This is an attack against our country. We are well beyond normal political concerns here. This is about the integrity of our democracy and the security of our nation.”…
…Mrs. Clinton said the hacking was one of two “unprecedented” events that led to her defeat. The other was the release of a letter by James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, shortly before the election disclosing new questions about emails handled by her private server. The letter, she said, cost her close races in several battleground states.
Read more: New York Times
Hillary claims that Putin ‘hacked’ the US election because she accused him of hacking an election in Russia in 2011.
How releasing emails with no allegations of doctoring them constitutes ‘hacking’ an election is beyond me.
Were the emails hacked?
That depends on your definition of ‘hacking’.
And the FBI?
You know what else is ‘unprecedented’?
A Secretary of State that put lives and national security at risk to have a private server and hide her pay-to-play scheme.
That is ‘Unprecedented’.
Hillary can’t stop shifting blame.
Or face reality.
Ok, Hill, ClashDaily is willing to help you out:
Hillary was a terrible candidate.
She has more baggage than O’Hare’s Lost and Found. (And we don’t just mean Bill.)
But she will never admit that.
It’s the Liberal way to blame-shift.