Hillary Clinton maintains bogus claim that the 2016 election was ‘stolen’ from her

Hillary Clinton just won’t give up.

While speaking on her and her husband Bill’s speaking tour, entitled “An Evening With the Clintons,” the former secretary of State shared with the crowd her advice to Democrat 2020 hopefuls: “You can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and still have the election stolen from you.”

Take a look:

Just Accept It

Hillary Clinton has devoted her post-2016 life to whining about her defeat. But things didn’t go quite exactly as Clinton has depicted them.

First and foremost, let’s talk about how Hillary “won” her own nomination.

(Well, “won” is a loose term, considering the DNC bent over backwards to ensure Hillary came out on top.)

We know the DNC conspired against Bernie Sanders, and we also know the superdelegates in the party all but ensured Clinton’s victory.

Point being: she did not run the best campaign during the primary. Sanders did.

Take away those superdelegates, and we would have had a different name on the November 2016 ballot.

And as far as the general election goes, we know the Russians tried, but failed, to impact the outcome. All in all, the election was not stolen, Hillary — you just lost.

Growing Trend

There is a very scary trend developing in the Democratic Party right now.

Other Democrat candidates are latching on to what Clinton is doing and failing to accept outcomes of elections.

Look no further than Stacey Abrams, who is telling anyone who will listen that she is the true winner of Georgia’s 2018 gubernatorial election because she refuses to accept the fact she lost.

Dems like Abrams are refusing to accept the fact Americans did not want them.

It’s time for them to get over it. The rest of the country would love to move on.

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