Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has claimed Donald Trump engaged in a ‘rigged game’ to try to steal the 2020 election and predicted that a victory for him in 2024 would be the ‘end of democracy’ “.
Clinton, who until now has suggested that casting any doubt on the election results is itself the end of democracy as we know it, made the comments in a wide-ranging interview at the Financial Times Weekend Festival in Washington, D.C. DC this weekend.
The interviewer, Financial Times editor Edward Luce, first asked what the future holds for America if Trump win in 2024.
“If in a scenario that were to happen, it would be the end of democracy in the United States, it would be the end of Ukraine,” she replied hysterically.
“You know, he’ll take us out of NATO if he wins again. And just as he took us out of the Iran deal, he took us out of the Paris Accords,” she added.
Abandoning NATO, the Iran deal and the Paris Accords, and ending the US taxpayer-funded war in Ukraine seems like a decent list of reasons we should all vote For Asset.
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Clinton says Trump-rigged election simply failed
Hiding at Hillary Clinton’s Interview with the Financial Times are comments about the 2020 election that, if uttered by Trump, would have earned universal corrective checks and condemnation for questioning the integrity of elections in America.
The two-time presidential loser began by railing against the Electoral College, blaming the system set up by our founding fathers for her downfall.
“He (Trump) is so angry that their every move to win the Electoral College… And remember, the Electoral College is a terrible anachronism that, you know, has caused like, you know, people like me winning the popular vote not to be president,” she claimed. “But this is not the question.”
She reiterated her bitterness at winning the popular vote while losing the electoral vote, which she says cost her victory even if Biden managed to pull it off in 2020.
And it was then that she denounced a “rigged” election.
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Clinton said sources told her that Trump and his family believe Georgia and Arizona are “totally set” in 2020.
“They had, you know, worked hand in hand with Republican governors and legislatures to limit the vote as much as possible,” she continued. “And they certainly thought, you know, Wisconsin and Michigan and Pennsylvania were, you know, potential opportunities for them.”
“So he’s mad because his…his game failed,” Clinton said. “His rigged game to steal the election.”
“I mean, you can always tell what Trump is really doing because he’s going to accuse somebody else of doing it. It’s a projection unlike anything I’ve seen in public life.
A more ironic statement has never been uttered in the history of mankind.
You can watch the full interview with the Financial Times below:
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Says questions about Biden’s age are ‘legit’
It’s strange to hear Hillary Clinton complain about a “rigged” election when she enjoyed a “rigged” primary in 2016.
Senator Bernie Sanders, you see, claimed the 2016 nomination was stole from him by a system “rigged” to favor Clinton. Senator Elizabeth Warren also claimed that the Democratic Party had “rigged” her primary for Clinton.
Clinton, it seems, is making the real showing.
Of course, even after ‘rigging’ the primary in her favor, she spent years complaining that the general election that year was stolen from her by the Russians and anyone else she could point to. .
“I was the candidate they basically stole an election from,” she said.
Hillary tells @karaswisher “So there’s an air of illegitimacy that surrounds Trump’s presidency, and that infuriates them…Because I was the candidate they basically stole an election from.” https://t.co/NovSU9xxyo
—Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) October 26, 2020
In fact, there was no one more important to cast doubt on the US election than Hillary Clinton around 2016-2020.
In her interview with the Financial Times, Clinton also raised eyebrows by suggesting that President Joe Biden’s age is a legitimate issue for voters.
Hillary Clinton throws the Biden regime down the stairs when asked if Biden is too old:
“His age is an issue and people have every right to consider him.”
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 23, 2023
Luce pointed out that a recent video shows Biden almost sliding down another set of stairs, which he called “a heartbreaking moment.”
Staircase 4 – Biden 0 pic.twitter.com/ceOOMXvsS5
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) May 19, 2023
While Biden always seems to lose battles on the stairs, Hillary argues that these things happen to people of all ages.
“It’s a concern for everyone,” she replied. “We’ve had presidents who have fallen before who were much younger, and people haven’t had heart palpitations.”
“But his age is an issue, and people have every right to consider him.”
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