“I take absolute personal responsibility,” said Hillary Clinton of her November presidential election defeat during an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour at the “Women for Women International” event in New York City recently, moments before comically blaming everyone and everything else for her loss.
In keeping with Democrat’s Denial, she blamed FBI head James Comey, who President Trump has since fired- and Russia- for her recent defeat in the 2016 presidential election. In actuality, she declined to fault her own strategy or message, or even acknowledge any of her own weaknesses, stating: “If the election had been on October 27, I’d be your president.”
She also officially declared herself “part of the resistance.” Here is the pertinent definition of “resistance,” as understood by anti-Trump progressives, from Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary Fully Revised And Updated, 1996, #5: “an underground organization composed of groups of private individuals working as an opposition force in a conquered country to overthrow the occupying power, usually by acts of sabotage, guerilla warfare, etc.”
This definition hasn’t ever fully, truly applied to any act in U.S. history, and only the Civil War and the War of Independence have provided real parallels…until now. Can any sane person imagine Ronald Reagan proclaiming in 1977 that he was “part of the resistance” against Jimmy Carter…or Gerald Ford? I don’t recall John McCain or Mitch Romney announcing that they were in resistance to Barack Obama’s America, either. They would have been aghast at such disrespect for the institution of the presidency and fearful of the ramifications that would follow such a pronouncement.
But dignity, standards, and traditions- societal glue all- have been dispensed with, like so many aborted babies, in Democrat’s demonic desire for relevance, affirmation and power.