Jesse Jackson joins Hillary Clinton in still being bitter about the 2016 presidential election.
During an appearance with several national Democrats, the “reverend” told the Rainbow PUSH Annual Conference in Chicago today that the election was “stolen” from them.
“Don’t forget — when you lose, you tend to amplify woulda, coulda, shoulda,” Jackson said.
“When you win, you cover up your sins.
“Don’t let them fool you — we worked last year — we won the election,” Jackson declared.
“It was stolen,” he said as the audience applauded.
Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and California Congresswoman Maxine Waters are scheduled to make appearances, according to the Rainbow PUSH lineup published by Chicago Crusader.
President Trump won the November election by capturing 304 electoral votes. Jackson’s candidate, Hillary Clinton, won 227 electoral votes.
In April, DNC Chairman Tom Perez made similar claims as Jackson.
“Donald Trump, you don’t stand for our values. You didn’t win this election,” Perez said at the rally hosted by the New Jersey Working Families Alliance, according to Fox News.