Hillary Clinton still really believes she’s the “legitimate” president of the United States.
The twice failed Democrat presidential candidate addressed the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast in Selma, Alabama, on Sunday to honor the anniversary of “Bloody Sunday.”
Before receiving the International Unity Award at the event, Washington Post reporter Matt Viser tweeted that former Alabama state Sen. Hank Sanders referred to Clinton as the “duly elected president of the United States,” which is something the former secretary of state certainly still believes despite the election results saying the exact opposite.
“Man presenting Hillary Clinton with ‘international unity award’ outlines why: ‘She was elected president of the United States, and it was stolen from her,” he says, as crowd stands for ovation. ‘It was stolen from her by the FBI…it was stolen from her by the Russians,'” Viser wrote of Sanders.
Man presenting Hillary Clinton with “international unity award” outlines why: “She was elected president of the United States, and it was stolen from her,” he says, as crowd stands for ovation. “It was stolen from her by the FBI…it was stolen from her by the Russians.”
— Matt Viser (@mviser) March 3, 2019
Hillary was all smiles. Here’s video:
Despite embarrassingly losing the presidential election over two years ago, Clinton still maintains that she’s the “legitimate” president of the United States because Russia “stole” the election from her and helped then-candidate Donald Trump.
During an event in October with Gwen Carr, the mother of the late Eric Gardner, Clinton reacted bizarrely when introduced as “the real president.”
Clinton nodded her head and smiled along as if President Donald Trump didn’t handily defeat her in the 2016 election and win several states she failed to even campaign in.
When the event concluded, Carr told Clinton she was going to sign a copy of her book.
“I want to sign this book for you, Secretary, because you are my candidate no matter what,” Carr said.
“I love the cover,” a bewildered Clinton said, leaning in closer to see the book as if her eye sight was giving her trouble.
WATCH: Hillary Clinton smiles and nods in agreement when she is introduced as “the real president.” pic.twitter.com/aBhRT61GGX
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) October 21, 2018
During an appearance in Nov. 2017 with Now This, Clinton spoke about leaving Earth and going to “Earth 2,” where that planet apparently faces the same issues as the actual Earth.
“We went to another planet with Hillary,” host Nico Pitney said. “People joke about Earth 2, where you are president.”
Regarding “Earth 2’s” North Korea, Clinton said she would have “full on diplomatic pressure” to solve the crisis with dictator Kim Jong-un, but made not mention that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, was responsibly for giving the regime nuclear capabilities back in the 1990s.
After a voice over in the video clip says it’s time to wrap up the interview, Clinton jokes about what it would be like if she was president.
“You want one more? I’ll be short — one more. Because I like being on Earth 2,” Clinton said.
Pitney then asked Clinton what she would do about Russia.
“If I had been president, or on Earth 2, where I am,” Clinton began, arguing she’d have an “independent commission” look into the alleged Russian “hacking” of the 2016 presidential election.
What would be happening right now if Hillary Clinton were president? pic.twitter.com/4Ss4RNyZtd
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 19, 2017
Clinton’s behavior suggests she’s beyond obsessed with the presidency. And, she apparently has convinced herself that she is the “real” president despite losing big time in the election.