One of Donald Trump’s best allies in the presidential win was Kellyanne Conway, now sent off a message to Hillary Clinton that she might not like.
Conway stated that the FBI made Clinton lose the elections.
The message was plain, “Look in the mirror.”
On Sunday, while speaking at “Meet the Press” on NBC, Conway stated that Hillary was a piece of the FBI saga puzzle and that she did not take any responsibility for her crimes during the campaign.
“I just can’t believe it’s always somebody else’s fault. Sometimes you just have to take a look in the mirror and reflect on what went wrong,” Conway said.
She noted that the weekend before the election, Team Clinton was claiming Comey’s action’s were largely irrelevant to voters’ choices, that “people already incorporated the email scandal into their voting decisions.”
“What about the fact that they just got it wrong?” Conway said. “What about the fact they weren’t in touch with Americans, and the culture zeitgeist, and what motivates many Americans?’
“There are lots of reasons why an election like this is not successful,” Clinton said. However, she ultimately concluded that “our analysis is that Comey’s letter raising doubts that were groundless, baseless, proven to be, stopped our momentum.”
Comey, by the way, cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing in the case two days before Election Day, even though it would have been wholly impossible for the FBI to go through the 650,000 emails found on Anthony Weiner’s computer before the election.
This would have, theoretically, given Clinton a boost going into last Tuesday, assuming America was willing to believe the whole investigation was that dastardly right-wing conspiracy at work yet again.
Hillary can get as angry at she wants to over what Kellyanne Conway said, but what she fails to realize is that most of the the polls were simply wrong. The people who said they were going to vote for her instead of Trump? They weren’t. The left’s propagandists had done an excellent job of making it socially unacceptable for some Americans to say they were Trump supporters, but they had done nothing to change any hearts or minds.
And how could they? All Hillary Clinton had to offer was that she a) wasn’t Trump and b) refer to a). When she did make vague stabs at supporting policies, they were hugely unpopular — like expanding Obamacare and continuing to allow partial-birth abortion.
Clinton’s post-hoc analysis of all of her troubles reveals she believes — or at any rate, wants her supporters to believe — that they’re all the result of some dastardly conservative with black-hearted malice lurking behind a curtain somewhere. This isn’t new or unique to her loss in Tuesday’s election.
Regarding what Conway suggested, Hillary Clinton is definitely unaware of her manipulative nature and only cares for her own well being and prosperity.
She values no other opinions, nor she cares for suggestions and critiques.
That is not what America needs. And that’s why Trump stepped up.