Hillary Clinton’s Magical Mystery Tour of India – Part II, What you may have missed

 

By now you no doubt have seen the clips of Hillary toppling down the stairs in India and probably the clip where she calls us “backwards.” In case you missed those: Hillary twice nearly falls on her rump after dissing Red State America

But this was a long interview and there were other splash hits of hers that are not getting the attention they deserve. So I am giving you two “extras.” If I find more clips I will add them. Until then, a post over at the Federalist covers the ground that gives the full details of the happening. Link at the bottom of the post:

During an event in Mumbai, India with Bollywood stars, Hillary Clinton was reportedly introduced as the “woman who should have been the president of the United States of America” and she told those gathered that America “did not deserve” President Trump.

She was asked if America deserved Trump after the event’s host remarked “it’s commonly said that countries deserve the governments they get.”

“Well, I would have to say no, we did not deserve that,” Clinton replied.

 

 

Clinton Blames Her Loss on White Women Listening to Their Husbands

 

Here is a good overview of the interview of her in as she spins her web of distortion and hate entitled

‘Backwards’: Hillary Clinton Apparently Still Has No Clue Why She Lost

Her condescending words targeted voters in states that twice voted for Obama, and show she still doesn’t understand why Americans didn’t vote for her at  The Federalist :
Clinton compared herself to the mother of the country, trying to enforce something wholesome that the children aren’t fond of. She said, “She ran the presidential campaign like a mother who was telling the kids to eat spinach because it was good for health while the other guy was asking them to go eat fast food and have ice-cream,” India Today reported. Clinton may not have realized it, but this also sheds a lot of light on how she sees the average American. She views them as short-sighted, more interested in junk than substance, and in her words, they’re “backwards.”
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