Critics Roast The Top Democrat Election Denier, Hillary Clinton, Over Her Reaction to Trump Indictment

Critics Roast The Top Democrat Election Denier, Hillary Clinton, Over Her Reaction to Trump Indictment

Several social media users blasted two-time presidential loser Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s top election denier, over her giddy response to former President Donald Trump being indicted on Tuesday in Fulton County, Georgia, over 2020 election allegations.

The ex-Secretary of State, who was defeated by Trump in 2016 and has consistently claimed that he stole that election from her, discussed the indictment with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow. District Attorney Fani Willis is claiming that Trump and over a dozen of his closest associates were “co-conspirators” in a concerted effort to overturn the 2020 election.

Trump and his defenders have said he merely questioned the results, which he is free to do, amid several credible allegations of ballot fraud.

“It’s always good to talk to you,” Clinton said to Maddow. “But honestly, I didn’t think it would be under these circumstances. Yet another set of indictments …”

“If bad actors tell us falsely that every election is stolen and that the only way an election is trustworthy is that if they come out on top of it, it tells you something not just about that person, but it wounds us as a democracy in a way that’s hard to repair,” Maddow complained later in the segment, never mentioning that Clinton herself said the exact same thing about her loss, which left-wing hosts like Maddow echoed.

Grabien founder Tom Elliott shared a supercut of Clinton essentially making the same claims that Trump is under fire for making.

“Indeed. Hillary claimed the 2000 and 2016 elections were stolen — and questioned the legitimacy of the 2004 elections,” David Harsanyi wrote.

“Kind of awkward to tell Hillary to her face that she’s a bad actor who wounded our democracy,” Seth Dillon added.

Sirius XM podcast host Megyn Kelly labeled the exchange “a disgusting display by both women on the set.”

Fox Business anchor David Asman asked, “Do we even need an explainer of why this is such a perfect combination of irony, hypocrisy, and projection?”

The irony of watching Rachel Maddow and Hillary Clinton scold people for spreading conspiracy theories about stolen elections when they were the biggest Trump-Russian collusion hoaxers after the 2016 election,” Kevin Tober wrote.


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