Hillary Blames "Russian Wikileaks," Comey For Loss

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
May. 02, 2017

Hillary Clinton said Tuesday at the "Women for Women International" conference in New York City that she would have won the election if it wasn't for "Russian Wikileaks" and FBI Director James Comey.

From RCP:
"I was on the way to winning until a combination of Jim Comey's letter on October 28, and Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me, but got scared off," she said. "As Nate Silver --who doesn't work for me, he's an independent analyst...-- has concluded that if the election had been on October 27, I would have been your president. And it wasn't. It was on October 28, there was a lot of funny business going on about that."
"Ask yourself this," she said. "Within an hour or two of the Hollywood Access tape being made public, the Russian theft of John Podesta's emails hit WikiLeaks. What a coincidence!"

The two publications actually occurred at almost exactly the same time, and it can't really be said which one came first. "You just can't make this stuff up," she said.
And what a coincidence the emails revealed you to be a two-faced witch!

Sarah Palin also had her emails hacked into and published by Wikileaks, they revealed nothing.

How about providing an explanation for why you took money from Saudi Arabia and Qatar despite admitting privately both are funding ISIS?

How about an explanation of why Bill Clinton was given a million dollar "birthday check" from Qatar?
"The reason I believe we lost were the intervening events in the last ten days," Clinton said again. "I was leading in the early vote, I had a very strong -- not just our polling and data analysis... strong assessment of where we were on both votes and electoral votes."
She also blamed Putin and misogyny, as the AP notes:
"He (Russian President Vladimir Putin) certainly interfered in our election," Clinton said. "And it's clear he interfered to hurt me and help his opponent."

Amanpour also asked Clinton whether she was a victim of misogyny.

"Yes, I do think it played a role," she said, adding that misogyny is "very much a part of the landscape politically, socially and economically."
The US government has still yet to reveal any hard evidence Russia was behind Wikileaks. John Podesta fell for a phishing scam. His own tech support told him to put his password, which was simply "[email protected]," into a phishing email scam after Podesta asked them if he should.



Also, liberals reenacted the debates with Clinton played by a man and Trump played by a woman and found Trump won even harder and they hated Clinton even more.

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