Former presidential candidate and first lady Hillary Clinton may have just gone completely off the deep end, ladies and gentlemen. It’s something we’ve seen coming for some time, yet it’s still mind-blowing to witness.
Over the last month or so, we’ve all been treated to what seems like a daily dose of Clinton’s insanity due to the release of her latest book, in which she points the finger at everyone and everything for her loss last year, refusing to take much personal responsibility in the matter.
Well, now she’s comparing herself to Paul Revere for attempting to warn people about Russia and their alleged involvement in our political process.
According to Breitbart,
Former failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton compared herself to the historical American patriot Paul Revere, as she continued ranting about the effect that Russia had on the presidential election.
“I feel like I’m a bit of a, you know, Paula Revere,” she said, adjusting the gender of the famous American patriot. “I’m trying to sound the alarm about this.”
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) September 20, 2017
The former Secretary of State made her remarks in an interview with Stephen Colbert, insisting that the Russians were successful in tilting the election in favor of Trump.
“I think that they believe they had a good outing in 2016, and I think they will be back in 2018 and 2020, unless we stop them,” she said.
Hillary went on to say there was more information coming soon about how much of a role Russia supposedly played in swaying voters to not pull the lever in her favor — but honestly, who can trust anything this woman says?
It seems that Clinton just can’t accept defeat or the fact that she lost because, quite frankly, people don’t like her or believe she’s a good leader.
She was front-and-center in the tragedy in Benghazi, then tried to cover it up. She used private email servers for government business, then again, tried to cover it up. And as we all knokw, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
It’s time for Clinton to move on, leave the public scene and fade into obscurity before she embarrasses herself even more.