‘What happened?‘ is the title of Hillary Clinton’s new 464-page book.
The answer, it transpires, is the most whiny, self-pitying, deluded load of literary claptrap written since Kim Kardashian’s ‘I was empowering women’ defense for posting naked bird-flipping selfies.
By the time I’d finished wading through Hillary’s absurdly self-indulgent tome, I felt like I’d been lowered into a large vat of violently indignant, furiously self-justifying, boiling mad spittle.
This is the tormented, tragic work of a spurned woman who never thought she could possibly lose to Donald Trump, a man she considered her inferior opponent in every possible way imaginable from intellect and political experience to credibility and popularity. …
It’s not so much a book as an elongated case for the defense of abject failure, presented by a lawyer who’s just lost a slam-dunk court battle that no good lawyer should ever have lost.
Readers are left in absolutely no doubt who’s to blame, and it’s most definitely NOT Hillary Rodham Clinton. …
Summing things up, Hillary asks herself: ‘What makes me such a lightning rod for fury? I’m at a loss.’
Hmmm, where do we start?
The truth is that everyone knows exactly what happened.
Hillary ran a diabolically elitist and blinkered campaign that basically boiled down to this mantra: ‘Trump’s disgusting, his supporters are a basket of deplorable idiots, I’m a brilliant woman, my husband used to be President, and I have lots of rich, famous friends – so vote for me.’
As sales pitches go, this was right up there with Pepsi trying to convince us Kendall Jenner could end all America’s racial tensions by handing out cola to cops at protest marches.
America didn’t vote for Hillary because they didn’t like what she represents and rejected her vague, unimaginative vision for the country. …
Hillary has become a walking, whining by-word for political disaster and carries with her an overpowering stench of electoral death.
What has she ever achieved on her own? A fair media would have highlighted her corruption, which should have made her unelectable IMHO.