[Video] Hillary “Explains” Why She Lost in New Interview…..Just Whines about Misogyny, Russia, WikiLeaks

Hillary, Hillary, Hillary…You do realize we are laughing at you and not with you, right?

Hillary Clinton has made herself look like an even bigger bafoon (I didn’t even think that was possible) as she was interviewed at “Women in the World.” She chose to “explain” why she lost the election. Rather than putting on her big girl britches and just admitting that she lost because she lied and the American people are tired of Democratic tyranny, she blamed the following:

Russia: “A foreign power meddled with our election!”

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Misogyny : “Certainly, misogyny played a role. That has to be admitted.”

WikiLeaks. “……played a much bigger role than I think many people yet understand.”

See for yourself:

So she blames everyone but herself, and smiles through it all.

What made me most uncomfortable about this interaction, though, is that she spoke fondly of her grandchildren and how she is going to spend time with them now. How on earth can she speak of how wonderful children are, while she is an advocate for murdering millions of them each year? Like I said, Hillary made herself out as an even bigger bafoon than before.

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