Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that she takes personal responsibility for her election loss to Donald Trump, but then immediately proceeded to blame anyone but herself, prompting even the fake mainstream media to throw her under the bus.
Speaking at a “Women for Women International” conference in New York, Hillary said:
“I was on the way to winning until the combination of Jim Comey’s letter on Oct. 28 and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off. And the evidence for that intervening event is, I think, compelling, persuasive.”
“The reason why I believe we lost were the intervening events in the last 10 days,” she added.
In response, even the likes of MSNBC, NBC, and CNN, all of which vehemently displayed rampant bias toward Clinton during the campaign, turned on the Democratic candidate, labeling her ‘pathetic’ and a ‘failure’.
“That was pathetic,” he said. “I’ll say it … I’ll get killed. Everybody I’ve talked to, Democrats, independents, Republicans, and the like said that was pathetic.” said Joe Scarborough of MSNBC:
“The fact that she is so strongly saying this now so many months after the election, it shows that this arrogance and the sense that this was a coronation was so ingrained in her, that she still can’t believe it today,” added Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski.
Over at NBC, Andrea Mitchell, who Trump previously described as ‘Hillary Clinton’s PR person’, expressed similar disdain.
“What about her responsibility for failing to have a better message?” Mitchell noted.
“She says it was not a perfect campaign, but no mention of her failure to go to Wisconsin, to campaign earlier in Michigan, connect with rust belt voters in Pennsylvania—all blue states that went for Donald Trump—or why the first female nominee could not win a majority of white college-educated women,” Mitchell added.
Finally, CNN, previously dubbed the ‘Clinton News Network’ by the now President Trump, tore into Hillary for not ‘taking responsibility’ for her monumental loss.
“I think the most telling line was her saying, ‘I can’t be anything other than what I am.’ And for Hillary Clinton–to the frustration of a lot of her supporters–that includes being somebody who has some difficulty taking responsibility for what happens.” said CNN host Dana Bash.
“She certainly is always first to go to external factors, be it James Comey or WikiLeaks.” added Brianna Keilar.