Hillary Clinton Apologizes But Things Get Worse
Hillary Clinton again disrespected most of America.
Yes, the majority of America electoral and popular vote support Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. That’s a hard truth for the few hangers-on to the Clinton Era. A time when the Clintons killed with immunity. But those days ended, and now the world is a much safer place.
Sure, Andrew McCabe and James Comey have their security details in place. But for the most part, the former Clintonistas feel safe, now that Bill and Hillary Clinton have been neutered.
During the campaign, Hillary Clinton called the people who supported Donald Trump “deplorables”. Her base agreed with her, and many cheered the term. But they didn’t realize that the Clinton Era was dying on the back of the Obama Era. The only possibility of taking Hillary Clinton off life-support was a win in the 2016 presidential election.
That didn’t happen. But lots of excuses happened.
And most recently while coming up with more excuses in India, Clinton repeated her disrespect of Trump voters.
This time however, her based abandoned her.
Cries immediately began, as hard-core Clintinistas backed away from the once powerful politicians. Here is how Fox News reported the story:
Quite a few Leftists spoke out against Clinton. But most notably Senator Dick Durbin.
He appeared on Fox News with Chris Wallace, where he put the final knell in the coffin.
Below is an excerpt of the interchange:
WALLACE: “While we are talking about the 2016 election, your pal, Hillary Clinton, was unable to in India this week, and she said that while she won and places in the country that are doing well and have high GDP that things are very different for the trump parties. Here she is.”
CLINTON: “His whole campaign, make America great again, it was looking backwards. You know, he didn’t like black people getting rights, or you don’t like women getting jobs. You don’t want to see that Indian Americans exceeding more than you are. Whatever your problem is, I’m going to solve it.”
WALLACE: “Senator, is that helpful to Democrats in 2018 to have Hillary Clinton dismissing the 60 million plus voters who supported and elected Donald Trump just missed? Some could even say condemned as racist and misogynist.”
DURBIN: “No, it’s not helpful at all. In fact, my friend Hillary Clinton is wrong. 30% of the people that voted for Donald Trump has voted for President Obama. Why? The same people who look for change with President Obama thought there wasn’t enough as far as their personal lives were concerned, and they supported Donald Trump. There is a reality. The Democrats acknowledged. That’s why we are focusing on issues to address the concerned they have about the economic insecurities of many working families face. I can tell you a tax bill that gave tax breaks to the wealthiest people in America and the Republicans and President Trump is not responsive to that.”
WALLACE: “Heidi Heitkamp, one of your Senate democratic colleagues, who is running for reelection in at the red state of North Dakota said, Hillary Clinton can’t go away soon enough. Is she right answer Hillary Clinton go away?”
DURBIN: “I can tell you, Hillary Clinton, like every American, has the right to express her point of view. She obviously gets press coverage. We are moving onto the next chapter in American history. We have new democratic leadership, and more people inspiring to be candidates in 2020. It will be a different cast of characters completely.”
Durbin is no friend of President Trump’s. But he did refer to Hillary Clinton as a “friend”.
But this wasn’t the first time that Durbin abandoned the Clintons. The tide had shifted back in 2008, when Durbin warned Bill Clinton of the change of political fortunes.
Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), the second-ranking party leader in the Senate, says President Bill Clinton’s comments about Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) are getting “too personal” and called on the former president to refrain from attacking Obama’s integrity.
“I’m really troubled by his questioning the sincerity of Barack Obama’s opposition to the war in Iraq,” Durbin said. “I really think it is unfortunate to question Barack’s sincerity on the war. He has been there from the start, opposing this war.”
The unsolicited comments — in a phone call to Politico from Springfield, Ill. — were a sign that the Obama campaign is going to react aggressively to perceived attacks on the senator’s character.
“I really had hoped … that it wouldn’t become too personal or too negative,” Durbin said. “I don’t think that’s good for either of the candidates or for our party. There may be clear some clear differences on some issues.”
Luckily for the Clintons, the Era of Obama ended very badly. Thus, Clinton, Inc was back in business.
The problem? Trump derailed what would have been the back-break of America by defeating Clinton, the Obama machine, the Democrat machine, the media industrial complex, and the Republican establishment. Thus, Durbin is now free to jettison Hillary Clinton.
I will hand it to Old Hills, she’s tenacious to say the least. But she’s now officially toast.