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American Digest Condensed Books: What Happened by Her Highness HRC

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.
Brutus and Caesar: what should be in that ‘Caesar’?
Why should that name be sounded more than yours?
Write them together, yours is as fair a name;
Sound them, it doth become the mouth as well;
Weigh them, it is as heavy; conjure with ’em,
Brutus will start a spirit as soon as Caesar.

Julius Caesar SCENE II. A public place.

Since you, and all other Americans who are not DemoZombies, are “Never. No. NO. NO! Not NEVER!” going to read the tedious tome of the world’s most self-humiliated woman, here’s the often odious (but lately less odious) Piers Morgan on Hillary Clinton’s What Happened? book. His main job is to catalogue her blame game  so you don’t have to.

The list of people and entities that Hillary DOES blame is so long, it’s frankly laughable.

It was James Comey’s fault: ‘If not for the dramatic intervention of the FBI director in the final days,’ she wails, ‘we would have won the White House.’

It was Vladimir Putin’s fault for waging a ‘personal vendetta’ against her. ‘I never imagined that he would have the audacity to launch a massive covert attack against our own democracy,’ she rants, ‘right under our noses – and that he’d get away with it.’

It was ‘odious hypocrite’ Julian Assange’s fault for supposedly aiding and abetting Putin. She says of the Wikileaks founder: ‘I had to face not just one America-bashing misogynist, but three. I’d have to get by Putin and Assange as well.’

It was Barack Obama’s fault: ‘I do wonder sometimes about what would have happened if President Obama had made a televised address to the nation in the fall of 2016 warning that our democracy was under attack,’ she snarls. ‘Maybe more Americans would have woken up to the threat at the time.’ She also slams Obama for telling her to ‘lay off’ Bernie Sanders: ‘I felt like I was in a straightjacket.’

It was Sanders’ fault for ‘resorting to innuendo and impugning my character’. Hillary spat: ‘His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump’s ‘Crooked Hillary’ campaign.’

It was also Sanders supporters’ fault for ‘harassing my supporters online’ with attacks that were ‘ugly and more than a little sexist.’

It was GOP leader Mitch McConnell’s fault for putting partisanship ahead of national security: ‘McConnell knew better,’ Hillary slammed, ‘but he did it anyway.’

It was the mainstream media’s fault: ‘Many in the political media can’t bear to face their own role in helping elect Trump,’ she fumed, ‘from providing him free airtime to giving my emails three times more coverage than all the issues affecting people’s lives combined.’

In particular, she says it was the New York Times’ fault for reporting on her emails in such a relentless way that it ‘affected the outcome of the election.’

It was Today Show host Matt Lauer’s fault for grilling her during a NBC presidential debate about her emails to the extent she was ‘ticked off’ and ‘almost physically sick’.

It was Fox News’ fault for ‘turning politics into an evidence-free zone of seething resentment.’

It was Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s fault: ‘There were more than enough Stein voters to swing the result, just like Ralph Nader did in Florida and New Hampshire in 2000.’

It was men’s fault: ‘Sexism and misogyny played a role in the election. Exhibit A is that the flagrantly sexist candidate won.’

It was women’s fault, especially those who joined anti-Trump marches after he won: ‘I couldn’t help but ask where those feelings of solidarity, outrage and passion had been during the election.’

It was white people’s fault: ‘He (Trump) was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others…millions of white people.’

It was black people’s fault, especially Black Lives Matter protestors who questioned her commitment to their cause and heckled her at events. Hillary accuses them of being ‘more interested in disruption and confrontation than in working together to change policies.’

It was former Vice President Joe Biden’s fault for saying the Democratic Party ‘did not talk about what it always stood for’ in the campaign, which was ‘how to maintain a burgeoning middle class.’ Hillary seethes: ‘I find this fairly remarkable, considering Joe himself campaigned for me all over the Midwest and talked plenty about the middle class.’

It was her aide Huma Abedin’s husband Anthony Weiner’s fault for the teenage sexting scandal that blew up just before election day – forcing the emails back into public focus.

It was the ‘godforsaken’ Electoral College’s fault because she won the meaningless popular vote by three million.

Finally, it was history’s fault: ‘The problems started with history,’ she insists. ‘It was exceedingly difficult for either party to hold onto the White House for more than eight years in a row.’

Summing things up, Hillary asks herself: ‘What makes me such a lightning rod for fury? I’m at a loss.’

Hmmm, where do we start?

The truth is that everyone knows exactly what happened.

Hillary ran a diabolically elitist and blinkered campaign that basically boiled down to this mantra: ‘Trump’s disgusting, his supporters are a basket of deplorable idiots, I’m a brilliant woman, my husband used to be President, and I have lots of rich, famous friends – so vote for me.’

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  • Harry September 14, 2017, 5:00 PM

    OK, I admit it. It was my fault. Sorry Hillary.

    Well, not really. Not really sorry that is.

  • Rob De Witt September 14, 2017, 5:17 PM

    The pluperfect example:

    Can’t Understand Normal Thinking.

  • ghostsniper September 14, 2017, 7:29 PM

    Her caisson rolling along on PA Av can’t happen soon enough.
    I won’t watch. Promise.

  • Casey Klahn September 15, 2017, 4:19 AM

    Hillary was their best leader, and she flunks leadership as a subject and certainly has none on her person. God help the Democrat party.

  • Nori September 15, 2017, 6:37 AM

    God help the Democrat party continue to immolate itself. FIFY.
    Oh, and please, take the Rinocrats to that sacrificial alter too.

  • Donald Sensing September 15, 2017, 7:07 AM

    Those who look but cannot see. HRC would be the prime example, illustrated with blinding clarity here:

    Black Lives Matter protestors who questioned her commitment to their cause and heckled her at events. Hillary accuses them of being ‘more interested in disruption and confrontation than in working together to change policies.’

    BLM and its ilk do not want to change policies, the only thing they are interested in, the very reason they exist at all, is to sow “disruption and confrontation.” And yet this near one-percent, white as snow, dead-center occupant of Establishment Washington apparently thought BLM, et. al., would sit down at the table with her to – what? Listen to her rattle and ramble on and on about the same Democrat templates than ran out of gas 30 years ago?

    My gosh, this woman is so supremely clueless it is mind-boggling.

  • Ray Van Dune September 15, 2017, 7:50 AM

    The Democratic Party should be embarrassed that such a reprehensible candidate was put forward in their name, and is praised for uttering such tripe in defeat. It shows their complete moral vacuity, replacing normal decency with only a naked lust for power. They should be embarrassed, but none of them apparently dare say that they are.

    Just watch them do it again next time.

  • Casey Klahn September 15, 2017, 8:02 AM

    The Big Picture: America, once a free and prosperous republic, now resembles a one party super state. Disaffected Americans voted last November to try a not-so-much-party president, and are expected to keel haul congressional incumbents in the next mid term elections. In more bizarre news, failed candidate HRC persists in selling her snake oil politics in the best carpetbagger fashion, and seems unaware that her fan base has dwindled to near zero.

  • Jewel Atkins September 15, 2017, 9:51 AM

    I might be in the basket of deplorables but she is a deplorable basket case.

  • Eskyman September 15, 2017, 2:48 PM

    I hope she continues this Ship of Fools tour until the DNC cries uncle and disbands! I chortle when I see ancient crone Pelosi tripping over her tongue trying to defend her party, and the discomfort of the #LyingMedia trying to cover what for them is a horrorshow is delightful to see!

    So far I’m enjoying it way too much, but at least it’s a distraction from the fools who are supposedly on our side. You know, the #NeverTrumpers and the #FairWeatherFriends who can’t wait to stab President Trump in his back, each time he makes another calculated move.

    It’s good to see Piers Morgan actually get something right. He’ll never understand the 2nd Amendment or the desire Americans have to defend themselves & their families against evil, whether that comes from a bad guy or a bad government, but at least he isn’t the total ass I once thought.

  • Smokey September 15, 2017, 2:48 PM
  • John The River September 15, 2017, 5:15 PM

    Hey Hillary!
    How many women do you think you lost when it came out about all the abortions you and Bill have had and the only reason you didn’t abort Chelsea is that Bill thought that a live kid might make a useful stage prop?

    Your own daughter probably didn’t vote for you.