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Hillary Clinton Claims 2016 Election was “Stolen” from Her

Over two years have passed since Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. To this day, however, Clinton is still unable to accept the results.

Along the way, Clinton has shifted the blame for her loss to everyone but herself, including sexist men, Russia, James Comey and the FBI, the media, and everyone in-between. No matter who she has blamed, though, Clinton has remained adamant that the election was stolen from her, and this is a claim that she began rambling about yet again in a recent speech.

Hillary Clinton’s refusal to accept the results of a fair election becomes all the more infuriating when you consider the fact that Clinton warned in 2016 that it would be Donald Trump who refused the accept the election’s results. After being handed a defeat that she never saw coming, though, it didn’t take long for Clinton’s hypocrisy to show.

Clinton’s excuse for believing that the election was stolen from her is the fact that she claims to have run “the best campaign”. However, political analysts on both sides of the aisle agree that Clinton ran one of the worst campaigns in Presidential election history. In other words, the election certainly was not stolen from her, and she has only herself to blame.

To learn more about Clinton’s most recent claims that the election was stolen from her, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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