Hillary Clinton has been giving a series of very suspicious interviews of late, and only by now connecting the dots is it clear what she’s up to.
Hillary’s not just moaning about her electoral loss and promoting her own failed political career, she’s laying the groundwork to steal the presidency from Trump.
It started on Sept. 11, when Hillary reiterated to USA Today that the Russians had denied her the presidency:
“There certainly was communication and there certainly was an understanding of some sort. Because there’s no doubt in my mind that (Russian President Vladimir) Putin wanted me to lose and wanted Trump to win. And there’s no doubt in my mind that there was a tangle of financial relationships between Trump and his operation with Russian money.”
It was another blatant attempt to delegitimize the Trump presidency.
Three days later, on Sept. 14, Hillary said much the same in an interview with CNN:
“This was a highly sophisticated influence operation. I believe it did affect people’s votes. I think it cost me votes. … No nation, particularly an adversary nation, can mess with our democracy.”
Again, planting the seed in people’s minds that Trump did not win fairly, and shouldn’t be president.
Then, on Sept. 18, she got to the meat of her message.
Speaking to NPR’s Terry Gross, Hillary openly admitted that she’d love to find a way to overturn the election and remove Trump from office, and is listening to any and every idea along those lines.
During their conversation, Hillary said she wouldn’t rule out challenging the results of the 2016 election.
The shocked Gross pressed Hillary to acknowledge what she had said. “You’re not going to rule it out?” she asked. “This is totally unprecedented in every way.”
The presidential election loser confirmed that “no, I wouldn’t rule it out.”
For the time being, Hillary admits that “I don’t know if there’s any legal, constitutional way to do that.”
Hillary’s playing coy there at the end, but the way she’s been talking to the media of late can mean only one thing – she’s preparing something against Trump, something she believes will put her in the White House.
(via: Conservative Post)