Hillary Throws Temper Tantrum, Whines Trump Is Guilty (Video)


Hillary Clinton is bitter and jealous and it shows. Out of the spotlight for the first time in ages, and with Bill’s reputation destroyed by the #metoo movement, the Clinton’s find themselves in no man’s land.

They still think they have power but everyone just wants them to go away. From Fox News:

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said on Saturday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report clearly showed that her 2016 opponent, President Trump, obstructed justice during the Russia investigation.


“If you take the time to read the Mueller report, actually read it … you come to two inescapable conclusions,” she said while speaking at her alma mater Wellesley College.

Those conclusions, she said, were that Russia conducted a “sweeping” attempt to interfere in the 2016 election and that “obstruction of justice occurred.” “You cannot read the report, chapter and verse, fact after fact, without reaching those conclusions,” she said, according to a video posted by The Hill.

Although Clinton has called out Russian interference as a reason for her 2016 loss, Saturday’s comments appeared to be the first time she said the Mueller report definitively showed obstruction.

Mueller, during a press briefing in May, stopped short of exonerating Trump of that allegation but refused to prosecute him at least partially because of a Justice Department rule against charging a sitting president.

After the report’s release, Republicans like Trump declared victory while his campaign claimed the report fully exonerated the president.

Trump, who has decried the investigation as a “witch hunt,” prompted further Democratic inquiry when he granted his attorney general the ability to declassify intelligence as he looked into the probe’s origins.

Although Republicans mostly stood by the president, Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., called for the president’s impeachment and accused him of obstructing justice.

Democrats, meanwhile, have responded by prolonging the investigation in Congress — raising questions related to concerns Mueller noted surrounding obstruction of justice.

Those concerns included an incident when the president told forrmer White House counsel Don McGahn to fire Mueller.

“McGahn did not carry out the direction, however, deciding that he would resign rather than trigger what he regarded as a potential Saturday Night Massacre,” the report said, referring to a similar event during the Nixon administration.



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