Hillary Clinton’s Book Tour has Democrats Cringing … It’s Never Hillary’s Fault and She Just Won’t Go Away
JUST WHAT TRUMP NEEDED, HILLARY BITCHING HOW AND WHY SHE LOST THE 2016 ELECTION …
Just when we thought we were rid of Hillary Clinton forever, she’s back. And it is not just Republicans that feel this way, but more so Democrats. Hillary’s new book, ‘What Happened,’ is just a distraction for Democrats and reminder to all others just why she was not the right person for the job. Her book is a litany of excuses and blaming of others as to why the candidate who could not lose, lost. Just how pathetic of a candidate was Hillary Clinton? One needs to look no further than her constant whining and excuses. She feels the need to blame Democrat primary candidate Bernie Sanders, former FBI director James Comey, even the MSM, who was in her pocket, and Barack Obama. Good grief. Do you really want to know what happened? Hillary Clinton was a terrible candidate, a liar and came with more baggage than Cal Hockley when he boarded Titanic. She lost because she was expected to win, not because she earned it, but because she was artificially given it by Democrat and liberal MSM decree. Now, after having lost one of the greatest political defeats in history and supposedly taking the blame, 9 months later she is picking scabs and bringing up issues that most Democrats wish were forgotten forever. But not Hillary, because its all about Hillary all of the time. What we have learned from all of this is that she was never the correct candidate and the people of America made the correct choice in November 2016.
President Donald Trump may be the only person in politics truly excited about Hillary Clinton’s book tour.
Democratic operatives can’t stand the thought of her picking the scabs of 2016, again — the Bernie Sanders divide, the Jim Comey complaints, the casting blame on Barack Obama for not speaking out more on Russia. Alums of her Brooklyn headquarters who were miserable even when they thought she was winning tend to greet the topic with, “Oh, God,” “I can’t handle it,” and “the final torture.”
Political reporters gripe privately (and on Twitter) about yet another return to the campaign that will never end. Campaign operatives don’t want the distraction, just as they head into another election season. And members of Congress from both parties want the focus on an agenda that’s getting more complicated by the week.
But with a new NBC News poll showing her approval rating at 30 percent, the lowest recorded for her, Clinton kicks it off on Tuesday with a signing at the Union Square Barnes & Noble in New York. She’ll keep it going all the way through December, all across the country.
“Maybe at the worst possible time, as we are fighting some of the most high-stakes policy and institutional battles we may ever see, at a time when we’re trying to bring the party together so we can all move the party forward — stronger, stronger together,” said Rep. Jared Huffman, a Democrat who represents a Northern California district. “She’s got every right to tell her story. Who am I to say she shouldn’t, or how she should tell it? But it is difficult for some of us, even like myself who’ve supported her, to play out all these media cycles about the blame game, and the excuses.”