I’m guessing Hillary couldn’t get hired on as an election commentator. Although I’m surprised CNN didn’t offer her a deal.
But that’s okay, these days anyone can start a podcast.
To be honest, this is almost too ridiculous to write about. Clinton is launching a podcast through iHeartMedia in the next few months, just in time to weigh-in on the 2020 election. To be fair, the Clinton Foundation has yet to verify the topic of her podcast. But we don’t need the Clinton Foundation to guess what her goal is. Hillary wants to keep her name in the political arena. As if her opinions enrich the universe?!
Most of us were hoping Clinton’s devastating loss in 2016 would be the last we heard of her. For a moment, it seemed that would be the case. Clinton jumped down a rabbit hole and stayed there quite a while. But when she emerged, she did so with her tell-all book, “What Happened.” Of course, anyone could tell Hillary what happened. She lost. That’s it. Nothing to see here, folks. Just a washed up ex-first lady.
I’m not even sure how she parlayed that into a four-part mini-series on Hulu. But apparently, that’s a thing. But you can bet no one in my house As is her project, “The Book of Gutsy Women,” that she completely with daughter Chelsea. I guess it does take guts to be a woman of Clinton’s caliber. To brazenly silence victims of rape, perpetrated by her own husband. To act as if black men are dogs. And to pretend to be an champion of women’s rights. Let’s not even think about the guts it must take to rid the world of enemies far and wide. Most of all, it takes guts to show your face after being pulverized by Donald Trump.
Still, Hillary works to keep her name out there, in hopes that someday she’ll grace a ballot again.
Lately, Clinton graces headlines on a daily basis. Typically centered around her thievery of the 2016 nomination. In fact, we’ve covered it several times ourselves.
Recently, Kevin Jackson tackled Bernie’s candidacy:
Poor Bernie Sanders can’t seem to gain traction in his hunt for the presidency, version 2.0.
In the first edition of Bernie’s pursuit of the presidency, the Clinton machine derailed him. In fact, the DNC teamed with Hillary Clinton’s campaigned, almost openly.
Next, the media ignored Sanders comparatively large audiences to Clinton’s. Instead, the media pretended that Clinton’s small audiences mattered not. After all, Clinton brought gravitas, thus “electability”.
So while Bernie grew his lead in delegates, Democrats stacked the deck for Clinton with super delegates. In the end, Democrats made things clear to Bernie Sanders that he would not be the nominee.
But Hillary’s documentary put it like this:
“He was in Congress for years,” she said. “He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.”
Oddly enough, Hillary now says she wouldn’t support Sanders if he wins the nomination. Which leaves me wondering what happened to “better together”?
Hillary later tweeted:
“I thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views! But to be serious, the number one priority for our country and world is retiring Trump, and, as I always have, I will do whatever I can to support our nominee.”
Which brings me back to Hillary’s podcast. On what planet do we want Hillary’s unvarnished views?
Like this tweeter put it:
You again? I thought we retired you in 2016.
— Alana Mastrangelo (@ARmastrangelo) January 22, 2020
On second thought, there is one podcast I’d love to see Hillary on. Dr. Phil’s Analysis of Murder. Maybe he could get to the bottom of all those “coincidences.”