Hillary Clinton is still giving speeches, and still complaining about how America made the wrong decision. She did stop complaining long enough to take a swing at President Trump, however, in an incident caught on video (shown below).
This weekend, Clinton spoke at the Yale Class Day ceremony, and as always, her speech was framed around her election loss to Donald Trump.
“No, I’m not over it,” she said near the top of her speech, to the surprise of absolutely no one as she continued to play the victim card.
Clinton then claimed her loss should galvanize America to “defend our democracy” in the future.
At perhaps her lowest point of the day, Clinton even played along with the tradition of wearing a funny hat to the event by donning a Russian Ushanka hat, the furry head-topper favored by the Russian military. “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em,” she quipped in an obvious reference to the Russia investigation encircling the Trump administration.
If by “join them,” it was unclear if Clinton was referring to the millions her foundation received from the former Soviet superpower, after she facilitated the sale of uranium to a Russian company with ties to the Putin government.
Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and twice-failed presidential candidate, is clearly not over her stunning election loss to Donald Trump, if a speech Clinton gave to Yale’s graduating class on Sunday is any evidence.
“I am thrilled for all of you, even the three of you who live in Michigan and didn’t request your absentee ballots in time,” Clinton said.
Clinton then noted how many of the graduating students were participating in the Yale Class Day tradition of wearing silly hats.
Then Clinton whipped out a hat of her own, a hat which looked like one that was worn by soldiers in the former Soviet Union.
“I brought a hat, too — a Russian hat. Look, I mean, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em,” Clinton said, while showing off the hat to the students.
Clinton’s obsessive re-litigation of the 2016 presidential election has become an albatross for Democrats, who had hoped she would fade into the political background and allow the party to move forward with new leadership for the future.
Here is video of her speech.
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