Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is attempting to make more money by bilking readers into reading why she lost in 2016. Titled: “What Happened?” (stolen from another book “Elvis: What Happened?”) HRC has already said why she think she lost: blaming it on “fake news” and on FBI director James Comey reopening the investigation into her misdeeds as Secretary of State. (She refers to her crimes as a “nothing burger”.)
The Real Reason Why Hillary Lost
One. A lack of self-awareness. H thinks people only see the cleverly crafted image her PR-firm gives out. (And not as the cold, calculating bitch she really is.)
Two. Her accomplishments as Secretary of State and N.Y. Senator were meager. Her disastrous push into war with Libya (resulting in Benghazi and a terrorist state) led Obama to call this his biggest mistake as President.
Three. Her campaign. HRC hated Trump and she wanted you to hate him too. Hate is a tough sell. The haters were already going to vote for her. No positive message to speak of.
Four. HRC couldn’t care less about white men, unless you were gay, transgendered or a beta-male. Clinton was/is the feminist/LBTGQ candidate because she is a closet lesbian. Straight people might have trouble relating to her.
Five. She is a poor speaker. HRC has a shrill, harsh, nagging way about her – and when she’s not talking, she’s glowering a possessed hate stare. The DNC chose her because “It was time to have a woman president,” no matter who it was. Democrats need to start picking women who don’t turn men’s stomachs.
Six. People hate a phony. Love or hate Trump, you know who he is. For some time now, Hillary has tried to pass herself off as a harmless, socialist, grandma who only wants to help you. There is a long list of dead people who found out the hard way what happens when you get on her wrong side of her.
Ultimately, I think HRC is trying to rehabilitate her image after her sound 2016 thrashing. She is trying to control the official version of “what happened” with her willing MSM accomplices. It won’t work.
Text © 2017 – ERN