Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton Whines on Her Birthday, ‘I Was the Candidate That Trump Basically Stole an Election From’
Posted on 10/26/2020 3:09:13 PM PDT by White Lives Matter
It has been nearly four years since Hillary Clintons crushing election loss and she is still whining.
Hillary Clinton told Recode co-founder Kara Swisher during a podcast interview that Donald Trump stole the election from her in 2016.
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She doesn’t need help, she needs to rot in a supermax.
I am glad she is still butthurt about it.
What horrible sentence structure.
And her dangling participle.
I dont want to think of anything dangling from Hillary.
Thankfully this evil witch will never become President.
Projection on her part.
She was so cock sure the paid for votes would be enough.
So she didn’t campaign.
Enough people voted to cancel out the vote fraud.
I just hope we do the same this year.
Grow up Hillary....
Who is the one that can’t accept election results?
Awwwwwwwwwwwww poor Hillary..ya know, I wonder how Chris Stevens felt, as he screamed and begged for his life, while you watched it on TV and did NOTHING
Trump lives rent free in Hildabeast’s head.
No, Hilary Rotten, the guy who stole your election was actually the usurper king, Barack Hussein Obama in 2008.
Where do the Demon-RATS find all of these demonically possessed delusionists? Which circle of hell did they escape from????
There isn’t enough duct tape to shut this awful sick old hag up. You were not meant to be POTUS Hillary. People despise you. Even your husband despised you and fooled around behind your sick azz.
Just go away and never speak again. Oh Gawd, she is just incessant.
As she’s drawing her last breath she’ll gasp “I was robbed”.
Hillary turned 73 today. That would make her 511 in human years.
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