Hillary Clinton accuses Trump of ‘criminal conspiracy’ after repeatedly claiming 2016 election was stolen

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Like a bad rash that just won’t go away, Hillary Clinton felt the need to weigh in on the January 6 Committee hearings investigating the Capitol Riot.

With a stunning lack of self-awareness and an inability to see irony, she accused former President Donald Trump of choosing “to carry out a criminal conspiracy to overturn the results and prevent the peaceful transfer of power for the first time in American history”.

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Was Another Election “Stolen?” »

But wait, wasn’t Hillary herself the “victim” of a “stolen” election? She told us countless times that she was. In fact, she still believes it, and again in a stunning display of irony, she just can’t help but talk about it.

In 2020, four years after her 2016 loss, she listed to host Kara Swisher on the “Sway” podcast all the reasons the election was stolen from her.

She told us that former FBI Director James Comey’s letter to Congress detailing an investigation into her emails was the cause in some states.

Picking up on her talking point about the “vast right-wing conspiracy” of years past, she also blamed “misinformation”. And of course there was, to use a more modern phrase, the “systemic” sexism that pervades America.

To be perfectly clear, she expressly rejected the election results: “I was the candidate they basically stole an election from.”

This is nothing new, however. In 2019, she claimed that Donald Trump was an “illegitimate” president.

In 2017, she said she would not rule out questioning the election results.

Let’s also not forget, Russian robots, self-hating women, voter suppression, the media….

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Its own category

Hillary Clinton was not done, far from it. She took the concept of the “bad loser” to a height never seen before, even in American politics. Last month, during the trial of Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said that not only was Hillary aware of efforts to allege ties between Trump and a Russian bank, but approved of information being passed on to the media.

In March, the Federal Election Commission fined the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign for improperly disclosing money spent on opposition research. This research led to the now infamous Steele dossier. The filing also accused Trump of colluding with Russia to win the election.

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Twitter dumps

Conservatives on Twitter wasted no time in taking Hillary down memory lane. Washington Times columnist Tim Young reminded Clinton of his Russian hoax attempt.

Former Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Curt Schilling aimed both barrels at Hillary:

Conservative commentator Monica Crowley summed up exactly what is happening:

During her podcast appearance, Hillary said of American voters who had the nerve to vote for someone other than her: “There is something deeply troubling about a layer of American voters at about a woman who comes so close to the presidency.”

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But then said of being president: ‘I was born for this…’

There is something deeply disturbing about someone who thinks he was “born” to be president.

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