One part of me wants this lady to leave, another wants me to continue giving migraines to the Democratic Party; She is also excellent at increasing the enthusiasm of the Republican Party. Hillary Clinton continues to advance in the spotlight. With the latest allegations of badual misconduct against Senator Al Franken (D-MN), Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), Hillary decided to give him two cents on the latest radio show of Rita Cosby week, noting that liability should be demanded with respect to these accusations. I bet you can guess what happened next? Cosby asked about the accusations surrounding her husband. It was a dreadful lack of self-consciousness because we all know that the left gave Bill a pbad on his alleged badual abuse. Why? Well, he's a Democrat, of course.
On Hugh Hewitt's radio show this morning, the former first lady approached the 2016 election. Hewitt was conducting an interview about her book, What Happened . And she once again plays the blame game, and notes that the Obama presidency made it difficult for her to conduct a real campaign with a message. She badumes some responsibility for not being able to articulate a coherent campaign message, but blames other factors. We return to this, although in a much less intense situation. Clinton was careful not to be too harsh on her former boss, but it is quite clear that she blames the former president for absorbing the atmosphere of hope and change that animated the Democratic Party base, which she could not, even on her best day. [emphasis mine]:
HILLARY CLINTON: … I have great appreciation for the campaign we have created, and for all the people who worked hard on it. But I think it's fair to say that it was hard to break. Maybe some of that is on my shoulders, and maybe something because of the campaign too. But I think a lot of that, Hugh, is that it was very difficult in the environment in which this 2016 campaign was developed in many ways. You know, I said, sometimes I said that this was the first television reality campaign. My opponent was the first candidate for reality television, and I was, for better or for worse, the reality candidate. And I think the work I've done my whole life was a deficiency of the campaign. The pbadion I feel for helping people, the record that I have of doing that could never get through.
HUGH HEWITT: You write in What Happened about navigate "the tension between continuity and change," and that is not disrespectful to President Obama or belittle his achievements, while at the same time saying that there is a very dangerous world. Do you feel that the old advisors of Obama may have urged you to be cautious and, therefore, favor the argument of continuity to protect President Obama instead of arguing that we have some enormous challenges here that have not been addressed?
CLINTON: Well, again, I think that's a very clever question on your part. And I think two things. First, he was proud to serve in the Obama administration. I did not agree with everything that President Obama decided, but in general, I really believe that he did what needed to be done to rescue the economy, which, as we all remember, was in a desperate situation. He charted a course in the world that favored diplomacy and negotiation, something that I think is important. But it is true that when he runs to succeed a president of two parties of his own party, he has a historical setback that blows against him. And I mean that in the book, because it's not just that this campaign can be separated from everything that has happened in our policy. It is a challenge. If both are the candidate that defends many areas of agreement, but also presents an agenda for change, which is what I tried to do, it is often difficult to get the second part of that message until . Then I think it was a problem.
Maybe it's because people did not trust you, Hillary. We are overlooking where this messaging message could have been successful if you did not have an unauthorized and unsafe email server, and then get caught up in a series of falsehoods and crews explaining it. A stay of almost a year in the bunker, avoiding press conferences unlike his opponent, continued after this fiasco by email was first reported in the press. This theme is what characterized him as unworthy, inauthentic and reformulated all the negative attitudes attributed to him (and Bill) in the nineties. Secondly, your opponents within the party, and there were many of them – Sanders supporters – did not trust you, they felt that the whole primary was rigged, and behold they were right. First, leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee on the eve of the 2016 party convention that showed that DNC staff was plotting ways to outwit Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Clinton's hard left primary rival in that moment, to the confirmation of Donna Brazile, interim president of DNC, who has now written about it in his book. Third, and this is the most obvious, I did not have an economic agenda. You were relying on the Access Hollywood tape that places it on top, along with other attack ads that take samples of Trump's personal behavior. They did not work. They still do not.
For the sake of argument, Clinton's agenda on her website, which she rarely discussed on the site, was more or less a copy of Obama's. It may not be a person clone of the pod, but it was more or less the same. There is no doubt that Obama could have won a third term. For Clinton, he failed. Maybe it was not so much messaging, since people did not like the message. Clinton can find solace with supporters who greet her in the most liberal corners of America, but in general, she does not like it. Never has been And the more you stay in the center of attention, the higher your unfavorable increase. Some people are simply not destined to be president. Clinton is one of them. And this notion of facing historical obstacles because his campaign is on the back of a president of two periods of the same party is also not true. George H.W. Bush won the 1988 election after the tremendous presidency of Ronald Reagan.
Now, this is just Hillary. Despite his many shortcomings, Bill is a talented communicator and a shrewd politician. Lady Macbeth does not have a shred of that. And defeating Rep. Rick Lazio (R-NY) in the 2000 Senate race is not a demonstration of political ability either.
Oh, and she has not stopped stepping on the rake regarding her emails. As Cortney wrote today, she said that her email server was secure. It was not so.
Also, a hint that it may be time for Hillary to pack the store.
Clinton also says that no candidate for 2020 has come to her for advice. https://t.co/iv4m2bnltp
– Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) November 22, 2017
Well yes … https://t.co/2y4FI6rKFW
– Tsar Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) November 22, 2017