The "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" had a special treat for two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the form of thank-you notes written by the show's writers and by Miley Cyrus. The writers (and Miley) read Clinton their notes of appreciation in what was a fairly emotional segment. Cyrus could hardly hold back tears.
Watch the full video here:
Do...do they realize it's been almost a year since Clinton lost the election? And that there's not going to be a do-over? And that if Trump were to resign/be removed from office that Mike Pence would be the president, not Hillary Clinton? And that both candidates knew going into the election that whoever won the popular vote would not necessarily be the president as the United States is elected via the Electoral College? Do they know this? And if they do, why have they not put on their big girl panties, taken a deep breath, and tried to move on with their lives?
I seemed to have missed the fawning and crying tributes to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney when they lost to Barack Obama. Meghan McCain weighed in with how her family dealt with the loss: grilling, prayer, hiking, and going back to work.
When my father lost, we prayed, hiked, grilled a lot of red meat....and then he went back to work and completely moved on. https://t.co/TtnyVnCHl1— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) October 5, 2017
It's not healthy to be this upset this far removed from something, and honestly I'm fairly concerned. I understand that Clinton was, in many ways, groundbreaking and inspiring to many women, but this is worrisome.