Since her second presidential defeat, many pundits believe that Clinton is done, put a fork in her. However, life is never that easy, things are never as smooth-sailing as we would like them to be, and that sickening feeling in my gut tells me she may be around in 2020 to try for another shot at the White House.
According to FoxNews.com, the former Worst Lady, state senator and secretary of state, had a series of meetings with "key Democratic donors and leaders--combined with still-fawning press coverage and even a quirky social media project driven by a longtime aide--are raising questions about what's next."
Will she go back on the speaking circuit with her gender card in her purse? Or will she go for a third try with a 2020 presidential run, shrieking to her hordes of feminazis about glass ceilings and the plight of women?
"I think if she wants to run again, and my guess is she probably does, because they always do, then yes, I think she's doing a good job laying the groundwork," said Brad Bannon, a Democratic strategist and CEO of Bannon Communications Research.
Hillary clearly captured the imagination of voters--people who couldn't imagine what she has to offer them, except her vainglorious attitude and becoming "THE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!"
After taking time off from the campaign to lick her wounds and perhaps those of her top aide, Huma Abedin, the annoyingly loud Clinton is slowly snaking her way back into the public eye as she makes more and more appearances, that may unfortunately indicate a political future that will undoubtedly be as "bush league" as her past has shown us.
One indication that Clinton's team of miscreants wants to keep in touch with millennials is the how she is constantly taking selfies with young women near her Chappaqua mansion--in the woods, the grocery, and just about everywhere she can "accidentally" bump into a socialist fan of hers.
She now has a Twitter account @HRCInTheWild just to show us how cool she is and how in touch she is with the feminine youth--as is Bill.
Hopefully, Hillary Clinton will run again in 2020 because she is the most beatable person in this hemisphere and seeing her lose for a third time will make so many people happy and fulfill our lives.
The New York Times calls Clinton "a new folk hero in a familiar face" for some Americans. But like Clinton, The Times is becoming irrelevant and impossible to believe.