Hillary Weighs In On Trump’s Election Challenge, Learns Very Quickly She Shouldn’t Have

Hillary Clinton

While political figures on both the left and right are waiting to find out what will happen on Wednesday when Congress convenes for a joint session in order to count Electoral College votes, there are some on the left who are volunteering to be the pre-game day entertainment.

Former failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is among them, the woman who despises Trump with every part of herself after a non-expected election loss to him in 2016.

As most of you know, Clinton has spent the last four years crying about the election loss on the media, proclaiming in many words without a shred of evidence that had the election been “fair” and “free” of alleged collusion between Trump and Russia, she would have won it in a landslide.

While the Russian collusion allegation has been shown to be an orchestrated hoax that involved conspiring between the Clinton presidential campaign and the out-going Obama-Biden administration, that hasn’t stopped Clinton nor her dedicated sycophants from continuing to try and deliberately undermine the 2016 election results and Trump’s entire presidency in the process.

From Red State:

But here we are now two months after the 2020 election, and just two days ahead of that joint session of Congress, and the failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee is making herself an early contender for the self-awareness fail of the year award with this tweet:

It did not take long before a number of folks chimed in with some inconvenient reminders for her to think about once she steps down off her high horse:

Not only have she and her cohorts claimed over and over again since even before Day One that Trump is not a legitimate president, but a few months before the election Clinton actually said in an interview that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should not concede the presidential election “under any circumstances” whatsoever:

“Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances, because I think this is going to drag out, and eventually I do believe he will win if we don’t give an inch, and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is,” Clinton said in an interview with her former communications director Jennifer Palmieri for Showtime’s “The Circus,” which released a clip Tuesday.