The still bitter loser of the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton, is vowing to support whoever the Democrats eventually nominate for president in 2020. Clinton's vow comes as a surprise to everyone who has been watching Hillary attack certain candidates from the sidelines over the past few months. Hillary plans on supporting the eventual nominee just as soon as she's done picking off the ones she doesn't like.
I thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views!— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 22, 2020
But to be serious, the number one priority for our country and world is retiring Trump, and, as I always have, I will do whatever I can to support our nominee.
Hillary's so-called "authentic" and "unvarnished views" are nothing more than baseless accusations against the candidates that Hillary holds responsible for costing her the presidency in 2016.
In October, Mrs. Clinton called Democratic candidate Tulsi Gabbard a "Russian asset" who Hillary believes the Russians are currently grooming to run as a third-party candidate in the 2020 general election. On Wednesday, Gabbard filed a lawsuit against the former secretary of state over her defamatory remarks.
Two months later, in December, Clinton went on Howard Stern and similarly trash talked Bernie Sanders, accusing the Vermont socialist of also being a Russian asset. Clinton's comments prompted host Howard Stern to ask the following question: "Do we hate Bernie Sanders?"
"No. I don't hate anybody," Clinton preposterously claimed. Clinton then went on to suggest that there was no way forward for Bernie Sanders to win the Democratic nomination.
Perhaps Hillary is so confident that she will end up supporting the Democratic nominee because she secretly plans on being that nominee. Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, said in a recent interview that he believes Hillary Clinton is waiting for her opportunity to enter the race, which Bannon suspects will come after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg completes his purchase of the Democratic nomination on Super Tuesday.
"This whole thing is gonna come down to Super Tuesday," Bannon said. "I don't think anybody can win it right now in the primary process. Bloomberg is gonna drop money -- nuclear weapon on Super Tuesday -- for all the big states. I think Hillary Clinton is waiting in the wings to come in and say, 'I'm gonna save the Democratic Party from Michael Bloomberg.'"
Whether or not Hillary plans on entering the race, given her long sordid history in politics, it's hard imagining her doing anything not entirely motivated by her own self-interest.