Bob Dylan has been on a “Never-Ending Tour” for years, but Hillary Clinton is doing her best to rival it.
A full 845 days after the November 2016 election, the failed Democrat presidential candidate is still making excuses for why she lost to Donald Trump.
Clinton used a church service to commemorate “Bloody Sunday” as a launching pad to float more supposed reasons for her loss.
“I was the first person to run for president without the protection of the Voting Rights Act,” Hillary bellowed, “and I will tell you it makes a really big difference.
“And it doesn’t just make a difference in Alabama and Georgia,” where she earlier in the day asserted Stacey Abrams actually won when she lost, “it made a difference in Wisconsin where the best studies have been done said somewhere between 40,000 and 80,000 people were turned away from the polls because of the color of her skin, because of their age, because of whatever excuse could be made up,” she went on, adding a southern drawl for the predominately black audience, “to stop a fellow American citizen from voting.”
“So we’re lookin’ toward a new presidential election, thank goodness,” Clinton said.
The failed candidate is apparently asserting this is the reason Trump defeated her by nearly 23,000 votes, according to Ballotpedia.
Hillary has long claimed the election was stolen in Wisconsin, but CNN made fun of that excuse because she didn’t actually campaign there.
During a round table discussion with DC reporters in 2017, host John King dismissed her excuses by saying, “You don’t understand: The Russians cloaked Wisconsin,” referring to Clinton’s ignoring the battleground state until it was too late.
“So she couldn’t find it on a map to get there and campaign there,” he added.