Clinton Lists "Bankrupt" Democratic National Committee As Major Factor In Election Loss

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has had some time to reflect on things after some long walks in the woods of Chappaqua, and she’s reached a few conclusions on why things broke as they did during the 2016 presidential election. Rather than keeping those thoughts to herself or sharing them with a trusted confidante, Clinton has decided that the best course of action is for her to appear in public as much as possible and lament about tough she had it. It’s coming across as badly as it sounds.

As Breitbart explains, Clinton’s blame tour continued as she stopped on by the Code Conference in California this week. As opposed to engaging in an interesting back-and-forth about her life and the election, Clinton used the opportunity to play the sympathy card as much as possible. You see, losing the election had absolutely nothing to do with her or her team. They ran the perfect campaign, and she was the best candidate in the history of elections, but forces beyond her control led her to come up short.

Her detachment from reality can not be overstated, as Clinton is taking great pains to outline the various reasons why she lost. She came up with a new doozy at the Code Conference. This time, the Democratic National Committee - yes, the same committee that buried Bernie Sanders as best as possible so that Clinton could finally secure the nomination - was called out on the carpet by Clinton, and she didn’t even bat an eye while doing so.

“I mean it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. I had to inject money into it,” she lamented.

The DNC wasn’t the only thing in her crosshairs during her various unhinged rambles, as she pointed out that the mainstream media treated her unfairly, an overriding sense of misogyny was in her path, Trump had a much stronger organization behind him - and so on.

We could blow about 10,000 holes through each one of the various excuses that Clinton has laid out, but it’s best to leave them out there on their own merit. She blatantly refuses to accept any kind of responsibility for her defeat, and she’s coming off as incredibly narcissistic and unhinged while doing so.

Losses sting, and there’s no doubt that Clinton’s loss to Trump was a particularly biting one. It seemed as if she had things in the bag, which partially explains why she spent the week heading up to the election attending coronation-like events that were filled with her celebrity pals. Meanwhile, Trump crisscrossed the country at a ridiculous pace to actually speak to the voters at a countless number of rallies. That couldn’t have impacted the results at all, right?

As we’ve seen through the various email leaks from members of her campaign, Clinton’s team was filled with a plethora of elitist yes men that are remarkably deaf to anything that happens outside of the liberal echo chamber they exist in. That led them to run a sloppy campaign, and Clinton did absolutely nothing to present herself as a candidate that actually had some sort of message. In essence, she gave off the air that she was somehow entitled to the throne, and a great deal of voters were turned off as a result.

In a perfect world, that would close the book on Clinton, but she’ll be back again to ramble on incoherently about what a tough break she got.

Source: Breitbart
Photo: USA Today Screenshot

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