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  • Indirectly, I suppose

    The only thing that makes me agree with this is that Clinton has not come out to condemn the actions of rioters, has not apologized for calling everyone a Nazi (or something like that), and not admitting that the Media was rigged in her favor, instead blaming "fake news".

    Meanwhile, Jill Stein has opted to demand recounts, (and raised the money, far more than she did for her campaign..Hmmm) but only in those states where Trump won narrowly, not in States where Clinton won narrowly....

  • After the election, Its a new day, a new Hillary Clinton

    Hillary Clinton as a candidate for president commented about accepting the results of the election...After Donald Trump had said “ I will look at it at the time,”
    Hillary Clinton then chastised Donald Trump, she said, ".....Every losing presidential candidate in modern times has accepted the will of the voters, even in extraordinarily close races, such as when John F. Kennedy narrowly defeated Richard M. Nixon in 1960 and George W. Bush beat Al Gore in Florida to win the presidency in 2000...."
    Hillary Clinton's statement about Donald Trump Questioning the validity of the election results. “That’s horrifying,” Mrs. Clinton replied. “Let’s be clear about what he is saying and what that means. He is denigrating — he is talking down our democracy. And I am appalled that someone who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that position.”
    .Credit Damon Winter/The New York Times
    But after the election for president in which Hillary Clinton lost to republican, Donald Trump, apparently changed her mind about accepting the results of that election and has joined the "Green candidate," running for president to question the results of that election. Isn't this the same Hillary Clinton who found it "....Horrifying,.....” that Donald trump wouldn't accept the results of the presidential election, now agrees with Donald Trump' previous statement in questioning the election results.
    Didn't Hillary Clinton also say, " Every losing presidential candidate in modern times has accepted the will of the voters, even in extraordinarily close races, such as when John F. Kennedy narrowly defeated Richard M. Nixon in 1960 and George W. Bush beat Al Gore in Florida to win the presidency in 2000...."
    Apparently, winning, no matter how, for Hillary Clinton seems to be her guiding principle which she lives her life by and if it means changing what she previously had said were her values, well, it a new day, a new Hillary Clinton, and she has adopted a new set of values as needed to accommodate her present situation that she finds herself facing. One has to wonder though if Hillary Clinton manages to be declared President who after the result of the election said that Donald trump won if she might again find it expedient to change her values, after all, " it-s a new day, a new Hillary Clinton,..." and one shouldn't be held to their words.

  • Dont hate on the mems

    DONALD TRUMP is stupid and dumb and a dumbo and Hillary is a dumb dumb and Jill Stien is a dumby wumby and Gary Johnson is a dumb drug dummie and Clinton has penomia and Trump is russain and toby the chicken ate the candy bar so everyone died WOO


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