Twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is up to her old tricks again, just absolutely refusing to fade out of the limelight and allow the rest of us to enjoy some peace and quiet without her shrill screeching, as she once again plants seeds to hopefully resurrect fears of Russian interference in our election system ahead of the 2024 presidential race. It seems Clinton — along with many Democrats — are preparing for big losses next year, so she’s trying to get out ahead of it all and frame these GOP victories as being the result of shenanigans from Russia, rather than the will of the people.
“The 75-year-old Democrat appeared in a Sunday episode of Jen Psaki’s MSNBC show, where she once again intimated that the 2016 election was decided by Slavic specters contra the American people, claiming, ‘the Russians have proved themselves to be quite adept at interfering, and if [Russian President Vladimir Putin] has a chance, he’ll do it again,'” TheBlaze said.
“Clinton suggested months ahead of her landslide 2016 loss that the Democratic National Committee leak, which revealed an organizational effort to ice out her then-rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), had been the work Russian intelligence services. The ostensible success of the contested claim that Russians had a hand in her post-leak embarrassment eventually gave way to a broader Russian interference narrative that ultimately hamstrung former President Donald Trump throughout his four years in office,” the report added.
However, despite all of the narrative twisting from the far-left media, reports that were produced by both special counsels John Durham and Robert Mueller have demonstrated no evidence of collusion exists between Trump and Russia. The continued push of that narrative is desperation in action. No one believes that garbage at this point. It’s beating a dead horse.
Follow-up analysis proved that what little foreign interference might have happened was of almost no consequence.
But that hasn’t stopped Clinton and her ilk from continuing to try and push the nonsense anyway:
In the wake of an ABC News/Washington Post poll indicating that Trump leads President Joe Biden by 10 points in a possible head-to-head race, Psaki told Clinton on the Sunday episode of her show that Putin “has intervened in our election in the past. It’s not something, as you experienced firsthand, it’s not something that we talk about a lot. Do you fear that that is something that could be happening for 2024, and do you think we should be talking about it more?”
the former secretary of state replied, “I think we should be talking about it more because I don’t think that despite all the, you know, deniers there’s any doubt he interfered in our election or that he has interfered in many ways in the internal affairs of other countries, funding political parties, funding political candidates, buying off government officials in different places.”
“That is his opus [sic], you know his opus [sic] operandi in the sense that he hates democracy. He particularly hates the West and he especially hates us,” Clinton blabbed. “Part of the challenge is to continue to explain to the American public that, you know, the kind of leader Putin is — this authoritarian dictator who literally kills his opposition, kills journalists, poisons people who disagree with him, invades other country, interferes with our election. That is part of the alternative we have to reject in this election.”
Along with trying to bring back the Russian collusion junk, Clinton also attempted to frame the 2024 election in terms of a battle of good guys (Democrats) fighting against a “kind of creeping fascism” (Republicans) rather than a mere conflict concerning solutions to problems both sides agree exist.
Psaki and Hillary Clinton double down on Putin and the Russian Collusion hoax: “We should be talking about it more because I don’t think, despite all of the deniers, there’s any doubt that he interfered in our election.” pic.twitter.com/eK8MLYivar
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) September 24, 2023
Give it a rest, Hillary.
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