One cannot help but write a sesquipedalian pleonasm of run-on sentences when describing Hillary Clinton but I will do my best to curb my verbiage.
On Tuesday, the former Secretary of State Secrets said she took "absolute personal responsibility" for her losing the presidential campaign; then she took a breath.
In her next breath she blamed FBI Director James Comey and the Russians for helping Donald Trump win the presidency. The Queen of Mean cited a letter from Comey saying FBI agents were pursuing new information related to Clinton's illegal secret, homebrewed, private server that should have landed her in the slammer but didn't.
So instead of thanking Comey for not having her fitted for an orange jump suit, she blamed him for her loss rather than her total incompetence.
But that wasn't enough for Clinton, a lady who appears to have problems with her balance as much as she has for the truth. She went on to blame the WikiLeaks website, which posted hacked emails of her fellow scumcrumpet and Campaign Chairman John Podesta.
"I was on the way to winning until a combination of Jim Comey's letter on October 28 and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but were scared off," she said at the Women for Women International Conference.
Then she had the audacity of dope to say, "If the election were on October 27th, I'd be your president."
How pathetic can a person get?
Clinton is writing a book about her 2016 experience as the person who was screwed over by the world. It will be classified as a novel.
She had no clear platform, no charisma, no new ideas. All she had was identity politics and female parts. She didn't lose because of James Comey--she lost because of Hillary Clinton.
And all she has is obnoxious rotomontade.
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