Throughout her ongoing speaking tour with her husband Bill, Hillary Clinton has been whining that the 2016 election was “stolen” from her.
President Donald Trump hasn’t said much on the issue — until now. He used Clinton’s whining as fodder during one of his recent campaign stops, proclaiming to a cheering crowd that no, Clinton’s win wasn’t stolen.
“She lost,” Trump said. Take a look:
It Wasn’t Stolen
Clinton and her fellow Democrats love to make up facts as they go along to justify what happened to her in 2016. They even led the country on a two-year wild goose chase that cost taxpayers more than $30 million — only to find out no crime was actually committed.
But that’s not enough for Hillary & co. In fact, Democrats are continuing to rack up charges against the president, launching even more investigations now that Robert Mueller has let them down.
The fact is: the election was not stolen from Clinton; she just lost in grand fashion.
Indeed, Clinton ignored voters in some areas of the country, something Trump mentioned during his recent rally.
Clinton and the entire Democratic Party thought there was zero chance a private businessman could beat an establishment candidate — but they were very wrong.
Lock Her Up
Although Clinton was investigated by the FBI, we now know that the probe into her email debacle was a complete sham.
Then-FBI Director James Comey decided months before the investigation concluded that Clinton was going to be let off the hook. (When you start to draft an exoneration letter without having even officially interviewed the accused, it’s a tell-tale sign that you were not really looking for the truth.)
Trump supporters still want to see justice — and they want a new investigation into Hillary Clinton.
That was made apparent the moment Trump mentioned her name at his recent rally. He had no sooner said “Hillary” when the crowd started to chant: “Lock her up!”
But Clinton is just as guilty as people like Adam Schiff and Chuck Schumer, two elected representatives who have been pushing the collusion narrative from day one. Maybe we need to change that chant from “Lock her up!” to “Lock THEM ALL up!”