WATCH: Here is a reminder when Gowdy grilled Comey over Clinton’s ‘false statements’
If there’s one person who I couldn’t care less from hearing from on any political matter, it’s Hillary Clinton. At this point in time, she’s politically irrelevant, which kills her inside. Every single day, she has to live with the reality that she lost to Donald Trump. There is truly nothing sweeter. (And it’s not that I like rubbing it in when people lose, but Hillary is a particularly corrupt hag, so she deserves it.)
For some reason completely beyond me, she wrote an op-ed on how to respond to the Mueller report and made a bizarre 9/11 comparison.
Hillary Clinton weighed in on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report in a Wednesday op-ed and compared “the president’s possible obstruction of justice” to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
She seriously went there FOR REAL.
“Congress can’t forget that the issue today is not just the president’s possible obstruction of justice — it’s our national security,” she wrote for the Washington Post. “After 9/11, Congress established an independent, bipartisan commission to recommend steps that would help guard against future attacks.”
- There was no obstruction.
- There was no collusion.
- Why would you bring up the response to 9/11? This isn’t the same thing AT ALL. Apples and spaghetti, Hillary.
- Why are you here again?
“We need a similar commission today to help protect our elections,” she continued. “This is necessary because the president of the United States has proved himself unwilling to defend our nation from a clear and present danger.”
No he hasn’t. No collusion. No obstruction.
She continued: “First, like in any time our nation is threatened, we have to remember that this is bigger than politics. What our country needs now is clear-eyed patriotism, not reflexive partisanship. Whether they like it or not, Republicans in Congress share the constitutional responsibility to protect the country.”
“Mueller’s report leaves many unanswered questions — in part because of Attorney General William P. Barr’s redactions and obfuscations,” she continued. “But it is a road map.”
He already laid out the reasons for the redactions, and I’d also like to point out that Trump did not assert executive privilege in that regard.
“It’s up to members of both parties to see where that road map leads — to the eventual filing of articles of impeachment, or not. Either way, the nation’s interests will be best served by putting party and political considerations aside and being deliberate, fair and fearless,” she wrote.
She’s still hoping for impeachment. Bless her sad, bitter, black heart.
Say it with me, Hillz: “No collusion, no obstruction.” Seriously. Say that in the mirror 3 times twice daily and call me in two weeks for a follow-up.
h/t Daily Caller