Who knew that Hillary Clinton was a comedian? Clinton lost the most iconic election of our generation, and now she’s been selected to speak with Vice President Kamala Harris about how she should conduct herself in the White House. There’s one thing that Clinton can advise about: how not to have lewd relations with the interns.
After meeting with Harris, Clinton sat down with NBC’s Willie Geist on the podcast Sunday Sitdown.
Clinton was asked about the state of the Democrat party as of now, and her answer was jaw-dropping and hilarious.
The gist of Clinton’s answer was that the party needs to be “sane and sober and stable and productive.”
Those are the four horsemen of the White House at this point. You have President Joe Biden, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Chief of Staff Ron Klain in that order. Sane, sober, stable, and productive. That pretty much sums it up.
Just before that, Clinton said, “I think that it is a time for some, you know, careful thinking about what wins elections and not just in Deep Blue districts where a Democrat and a liberal Democrat or so-called progressive Democrat is going to win.”
She did such an excellent job in 2016 that she’s now giving out advice on how to win elections. God bless her soul.
Clinton also said she’s all for “vigorous debates” but performed terribly against former President Donald Trump. Trump even brought former President and Hillary’s husband, Bill Clinton’s accusers, to one of the debates to make a solid point that Hillary is a hypocrite for trying to destroy their image, then later saying that we should believe all women.
Clinton said that nothing matters if Congress isn’t going to get anything done at the end. That’s certainly a jab at Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), who’s bucking the Democrat system and not voting for Biden’s Build Back Better Act, and good for him. Standing up for what he believes in and what his constituents want. Polls show that West Virginians, much less the rest of America, doesn’t support the Build Back Better Act and if Clinton is suggesting that Senators, Representatives, and all elected officials should do what their party wants rather than what their constituents want them to do then that tells you everything you need to know about why she lost, to begin with.
Clinton openly admits that she has no desire to do what the American people want and will follow the Democrat politician’s every move to “get things done.” What a disgraceful comment to make.