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So Hillary is somehow still drawing breath and she is blaming the DNC on her loss in 2016. All I have to say is: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! *inhales* HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

I am so glad someone like this didn't become president. We would be in deep trouble with her paranoia.




Hillary Clinton blasted the Democratic National Committee on Wednesday, saying that she "inherited nothing" from the party after winning its presidential nomination last year.

"So I’m now the nominee of the Democratic Party. I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party," she said during a question and answer session at Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

"I mean, it was bankrupt. It was on the verge of insolvency. Its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong," she recalled. "I had to inject money into it."

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By contrast, she said, then-GOP candidate Donald Trump inherited a well-funded and extensively tested data operation that laid the foundation for his ultimately successful campaign to effectively weaponize data and internet content against Clinton.

"So Trump becomes the nominee and he is basically handed this tried and true, effective foundation," Clinton said.

Clinton also suggested that Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 election in favor of Trump were "guided by Americans" and other political operatives and strategists.

"The Russians in my opinion, and based on the intel and counterintel people I've talked to, could not have known how best to weaponize that information unless they had been guided," she said. "Guided by Americans and guided by people who had polling and data information."

The U.S. intelligence community concluded in a report made public in January that the Kremlin had sought to influence the election in Trump's favor by running a massive hacking and influence campaign.


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Not surprised... The left has been collapsing. She's got a personalilty similar to trump's in that she always needs to be winning and she craves to be seen positively.

Two sides to the same damned coin.
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Hillary isn't the lunatic she's painted as. The fact is, the DNC doesn't build up a solid set of tools designed to help the next nominee get elected, but the RNC totally does. This is because their values differ. Democrats want to believe every candidate is a unique and beautiful snowflake, so they need to approach the system differently depending on who's nominated. Republicans prefer to believe that the system is a machine, and no matter who your candidate is, the machine has all the same moving parts and operates in precisely the same way.

Both of them are completely fucking wrong, because the truth is somewhere in the middle. Elizabeth Warren could not win using the same approach as Chris Christie, but they would both need exactly the same information to pursue their distinctive approaches. If Hillary's accusation here is taken seriously, the DNC might crack this particular nut.

But it probably won't be.

Also, before someone starts accusing me of just being a crazy Hillary-lover, Clinton's a bitch and I will never vote for her.
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Im happy racist Hillary is still getting her Karma.
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cdarklock wrote:

Hillary isn't the lunatic she's painted as. The fact is, the DNC doesn't build up a solid set of tools designed to help the next nominee get elected, but the RNC totally does. This is because their values differ. Democrats want to believe every candidate is a unique and beautiful snowflake, so they need to approach the system differently depending on who's nominated. Republicans prefer to believe that the system is a machine, and no matter who your candidate is, the machine has all the same moving parts and operates in precisely the same way.

Both of them are completely fucking wrong, because the truth is somewhere in the middle. Elizabeth Warren could not win using the same approach as Chris Christie, but they would both need exactly the same information to pursue their distinctive approaches. If Hillary's accusation here is taken seriously, the DNC might crack this particular nut.

But it probably won't be.

Also, before someone starts accusing me of just being a crazy Hillary-lover, Clinton's a bitch and I will never vote for her.


I have seen that with previous Republican candidates but when Trump was running the RNC was notoriously absent and seemed like they didn't care who won. Maybe they gave him access to some statistics but it felt like Trump vs the DNC instead of DNC vs RNC
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The salt is strong with this one. Divine.

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Rujikin wrote:
We would be in deep trouble with her paranoia.


.....really? I mean, given whose President this is pretty low hanging fruit.
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Actually It is all too human a response to rejection and loss.
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She should focus on not shitting her depends.
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Rujikin wrote:


cdarklock wrote:

Hillary isn't the lunatic she's painted as. The fact is, the DNC doesn't build up a solid set of tools designed to help the next nominee get elected, but the RNC totally does. This is because their values differ. Democrats want to believe every candidate is a unique and beautiful snowflake, so they need to approach the system differently depending on who's nominated. Republicans prefer to believe that the system is a machine, and no matter who your candidate is, the machine has all the same moving parts and operates in precisely the same way.

Both of them are completely fucking wrong, because the truth is somewhere in the middle. Elizabeth Warren could not win using the same approach as Chris Christie, but they would both need exactly the same information to pursue their distinctive approaches. If Hillary's accusation here is taken seriously, the DNC might crack this particular nut.

But it probably won't be.

Also, before someone starts accusing me of just being a crazy Hillary-lover, Clinton's a bitch and I will never vote for her.


I have seen that with previous Republican candidates but when Trump was running the RNC was notoriously absent and seemed like they didn't care who won. Maybe they gave him access to some statistics but it felt like Trump vs the DNC instead of DNC vs RNC



FYI, the comments are about post candidate nomination, not before it. Once Trump won the RNC nomination, they fully backed him and what Hillary said was not wrong.

The DNC was in a bad state overall and the DNC was fighting two opponents; Russian disinformation and RNC disinformation. Issue is, a lot of the polling data was wrong and had it been correct she likely would of won the election. Running negative ad campaigns based on incorrect information is very easy and dangerous.

It is stupid to say "The American people has spoken" when she won 3 million more votes and lost only due to a handful of states. U.S's election system is terribly flawed/outdated. Only in an extreme situation should a person with less votes actually win the presidential election. I would be saying this no matter what party won, there is no way the least liked candidate should lead.
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She should focus on not shitting her depends.


> hahaha
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The people working at the DNC aren't too happy they are being shat on by Hillary

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Rujikin wrote:

I have seen that with previous Republican candidates but when Trump was running the RNC was notoriously absent and seemed like they didn't care who won. Maybe they gave him access to some statistics but it felt like Trump vs the DNC instead of DNC vs RNC


I tend to agree. That's one of the frustrating things - all the irregularities and bullshit of the election just muddied the fuck out of the waters. And they keep being muddy as fuck, too.

Clinton was a shit candidate. She was more Republican than any Democrat I've ever seen running, which would normally be a plus in my book, but she kept pandering to bullshit special interests for no good reason. And then Trump was just... well, honestly. I might have gone for Kucinich, but everyone else the Republicans fielded was a joke, and Trump was the biggest one of all. So, of course, he won the nomination.

There are like four problems there already. And we haven't even gotten into the email scandal for Clinton, with Comey being a doucheball, the complete fucking jokes we called debates, potential Russian interference (they definitely did some shit, but did it matter?), Trump's ongoing insane rants on Twitter, it's too much bullshit.

HIllary should have been able to expect some standing infrastructure from the DNC. A normal Republican candidate could historically expect some from the RNC. She's right. The DNC dropped the ball here.

But that's just one ingredient in the bullshit stew, and it's not like you can make stew and say "but what do you think of the peas?" It's a fucking stew. You can't isolate the peas and just talk about them.
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DNC needs to get rid of her and bernie and bring in fresh young blood that is how they won in the past
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