Hillary compares Trump to Putin, but THAT’S not the weirdest part…

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton just can’t help but embarrass herself by saying some wacky stuff that comes from way out in left field, especially when it comes to sharing her thoughts and opinions on President Trump.

Clinton recently spoke with Bloomberg News where she made some rather odd statements about Trump, including a comparison to Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Oh, it gets a little weirder.

According to the Free Beacon:

Hillary Clinton said Monday on Bloomberg News that President Donald Trump has “tendencies toward authoritarianism,” adding that she hopes he has not “ordered the killing of people and journalists” as Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused of doing.

During a conversation with Charlie Rose, she compared Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose relationship with Trump has particularly drawn scrutiny from Democrats and the media. Clinton discussed her ideas on Trump’s view of democracy, saying she “hopes” the president is not exactly like Putin in every way.

“I don’t think he really values democracy, Charlie,” Clinton said.

“He doesn’t value democracy? Rose asked. “So he’s not a ‘democrat,’ little ‘d?'”

Clinton did not say Trump was different from the Russian autocrat, instead saying he “hopefully” does not commit the same crimes as Putin.

“Well, hopefully he hasn’t ordered the killing of people and journalists and the like,” Clinton replied.

Not only is it a nutty remark…it’s one loaded with irony coming from a woman surrounded by “suspicious” deaths, all shrouded in mystery over the years.

Of course, insanity is to be expect from the same individual who wrote an entire book outlining why she lost the election, blaming it on anyone and anything but herself, including her gender, people not voting, and all kinds of other stuff.

Clinton has particularly latched on to the idea that Russians colluded with Trump to steal the election from her, which is ironic considering she colluded — most likely — with the Democratic National Committee to steal the primary away from Sen. Bernie Sanders, who was the popular favorite at the time.

It’s well past time for the Clintons to retire from public life and get a hobby.

[NOTE: This article was written by Michael Cantrell. Follow him on Twitter @MCantrell0928 and on Facebook]

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