Hillary Clinton accuses Trump of “criminal conspiracy” after repeatedly claiming that the 2016 election was stolen

Like a bad rash that just won’t go away, Hillary Clinton felt the need to weigh Jan. 6 hearings of the commission investigating the Capitol riots.

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

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Were the next elections “stolen”?

But wait, wasn’t Hillary herself the “victim” of a “stolen” election? She has told us countless times that it is so. In fact, she still believes in it, and again in an amazing display of irony, she just can’t stop talking about it.

In 2020, four years after losing in 2016, she listed Kara Swisher as the host of the Sway podcast for all the reasons why the election was stolen from her.

She told us that letter from former FBI Director James Comey in some states it was the reason for the congress with a detailed investigation of her emails.

Reviving her topic of conversation about the “huge right-wing conspiracy” of previous years, she also accused “misinformation”. And of course there was, to use a more modern phrase, “systemic” sexism that is penetrating America.

To be perfectly clear, she explicitly rejected the election results: “I was the candidate who was actually robbed of the election.”

However, it is nothing new. In 2019, she claims Donald Trump was an “illegitimate” president.

In 2017, she said she would not “exclude” questioning the election results.

Let’s not forget the Russian bots, women who hate themselvesoppression of voters, media …

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Her own category

Hillary Clinton was not made, not from afar. She raised the concept of the “sick loser” to a level never seen before, even in American politics. Last month, during the trial against Clinton’s campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, the former Clinton campaign leader Robbie Mook testified that Hillary not only knew about the attempts to claim that there were links between Trump and a Russian bank, but also approved the information that was sent to the media.

Back in March, the Federal Election Commission fines the National Committee of Democrats and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign to illegally disclose money spent on opposition research. This study led to Steele’s now-famous dossier. The dossier also accused Trump of conspiring with Russia to win the election.

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Twitter is unloading

The Conservatives on Twitter wasted no time in taking Hillary on a journey of memory. Washington Times columnist Tim Young reminded Clinton of her attempted fraud with Russia.

Former Arizona Diamondback pitcher Kurt Schilling aimed both barrels at Hillary:

Conservative commentator Monica Crowley summed up exactly what is happening:

During her appearance on the podcast, Hillary told American voters who had the courage to vote for someone other than her, “There’s something deeply troubling about the American electorate that a woman is so close to a president.”

But then he said I was president: “I was born for this„ “

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

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