Has Anyone Noticed This About Hillary Clinton’s Whine Tour Across America?

Posted: Aug 31, 2017 1:10 PM
Has Anyone Noticed This About Hillary Clinton’s Whine Tour Across America?

Two-time presidential loser Hillary Clinton is about to release her new book. “What Happened” features the former first lady compiling all of her complaints she’s made since losing the election into one insufferable volume that every liberal can use to cry on in the wake of one of the most stunning upsets in American political history.

As Clinton licked her wounds and her supporters slipped into a coma over the shock, she also blamed Russia, racism, sexism, misogyny, the FBI, James Comey, and the media for her election loss. She then decided to shoot inside the ship when she blamed the Democratic National Committee for giving her a crappy data operation. That was simply not true. She was given the infrastructure that was built by Barack Obama. In all, the Democrats’ data strategy community’s response was blunt; it wasn’t the data—it was you. You didn’t know what the hell you were doing. The blame game has become increasingly unhinged as MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell pointed out when she called out Clinton during her appearance at the Recode conference in California last June. She said that Americans were involved in the weaponization of the data obtained by the Russians and Wikileaks. There is zero evidence to prove this, but I’m sure you can all read about it.

As Katie noted, Clinton is bound to visit Wisconsin during this tour, which is something she should have done in 2016. Yet, that’s the extent of her visit into the areas that she lost. She’ll mostly be dropping into the most liberal parts of the country (via NTK Network):

The nine stops on her “Book Signings” tour?

Manhattan, NY

Brookfield, CT

Montclair, NJ

Brooklyn, NY

Buffalo, NY

San Francisco, CA

Middletown, CT

Concord, NH

Rhinebeck, NY

What do all nine stops have in common? Well, they’re all in states that Hillary Clinton won in 2016.

Furthermore, all but one stop is on the east coast. The one outlier is San Francisco, which can hardly be considered an adventure outside of Clinton’s liberal bubble.

Is this shocking? No, but it will rehash Clinton and the Democratic Party’s weaknesses and put her back in the limelight, something that the Left would rather do without. They have no leader, they’re struggling to raise money, there’s a brewing civil war between the establishment and progressive wings, they’ve lost successive special elections, and they have no message. The last thing Democrats need is having an immensely unpopular woman complaining again about why she lost.

Oh, and did I tell you that admission prices for this book tour are quite hefty?