In her perpetual quest to remain relevant, Hillary Clinton emerged from whatever rock she lives under these days to assert that it’s fair to question President Trump’s legitimacy.
Fitting for the woman that questioned Obama’s legitimacy by creating the birtherism, and who denounced half the American electorate as “irredeemable” and “deplorable”.
Here’s how it works in Hillary’s head: the Access Hollywood audio was leaked, then immediately Wikileaks put Podesta’s hacked emails out there. That, in Hillary’s world, is one-plus-one-equals-two ironclad proof that Russia colluded with the Trump campaign to steal the election.
Put aside for a moment the obvious aspects of this, key among them that the emails wouldn’t be readily available if a) Hillary hadn’t maintained an illegal server in the first place and b) Podesta and others were dumb enough to use passwords like “password” for their emails. Roll the clock back to the Access Hollywood audio.
Who dug the Access Hollywood audio out of the archives, and had prearranged media items ready to run based on them? Hint, the same people that had television quality documentaries ready to run the second Alicia Machado emerged from under whatever rock she was living under at the time. Television quality documentaries aren’t made overnight – yet the second Machado was out there it was possible to go to the New York Times on-line and watch documentaries about Alicia Machado.
These would also be the same people that once ran the “journ-o-list”. For those that don’t remember, the “journ-o-list” was an email exchange mechanism the mainstream media used to share ideas starting in 2007. That way they all maintained their lockstep approach towards shoving Obama’s agenda down our throat. And it gave those sane and stable minds in the mainstream media a place to beg for leftists to engage in the types of political violence that today seem all too commonplace.
Like Podesta’s emails, and Huma Abedin’s emails, and Hillary’s own emails, the “journ-o-list” was never ever supposed to be made public. Yet someone made it public so the “journ-o-list” went away. (In theory anyway. Given that social media has grown by leaps and bounds since 2007, chances are the leftists in the mainstream media have other means to enforce their groupthink).
Hillary’s real problem wasn’t Russian intervention in our electoral process – which, if it occurred it was done poorly given Hillary won the popular vote. Hillary’s problem was and will always be Hillary. She didn’t campaign well. (Was that because she knew Susan Rice was spying on Trump and unmasking American citizens?). She said stupid things – her Snapchat comment one of the more notable.
Most importantly, she had her own “read my lips, no new taxes” moment when she dismissed half the electorate as being irredeemable and deplorable.