Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton fires back at critics: No one told a man who lost an election to shut up (LOL!)
Posted on 03/29/2018 2:53:38 PM PDT by jazusamo
Hillary Clinton is striking back at critics telling her to shut up following her 2016 loss, saying, They never said that to any man who was not elected.
I was really struck by how people said that to me you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason mostly, Go away, go away, Clinton said Thursday during an event at Rutgers University.
And I had one of the young people who works for me go back and do a bit of research. They never said that to any man who was not elected. I was kind of struck by that, Clinton said.
Clintons remarks came in response to a question from Eagleton Institute of Politics director Ruth Mandel about the former Democratic presidential nominees reaction to those who say she should get off the public stage and shut up.
Im really glad that, you know, Al Gore didnt stop talking about climate change, Clinton said to applause.
And Im really glad John Kerry went to the Senate and became an excellent secretary of State, the former first lady continued. And Im really glad John McCain kept speaking out and standing up and saying what he had to say. And for heavens sakes, Mitt Romney is running for the Senate, Clinton said.
The 70-year-old ex-secretary of State has taken heat in recent weeks, even among some Democrats, for comments she made about Americans who voted for President Trump in the 2016 race.
"I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward, Clinton said earlier this month during a conference in India. And his whole campaign, Make America Great Again, was looking backwards.
I think it was a moment in time because what had been expected to happen in the election, which obviously did not, Clinton said Thursday. And then a lot of angst and second guessing and finger pointing and everything that went on.
No one had to tell a Man to shut up, they all excepted their loss ‘Like a Man’.
Barbara Bush tells her son Jeb to shut up all the time.
Hillary....no one HAD to! For the smartest woman in the world, she’s not very bright!
No man has ever acted like such a loser fool so there was no need to tell anyone else to shut up.
Does she do anything these days but call everyone a sexist? Talk about a sore loser. She’s got nothing left but bitterness.
What US politician said, elections have consequences, you lost, get over it?
I think it was Barack Obama. Remember that Hillary?
Hillary’s whining: The gift that keeps on giving...
...except perhaps for John McCain.
I am pretty sure that Richard Nixon was told to shut up when he said “you won/t have Dick Nixon to kick around any more.”
And he did until he became politically relevant again a few years later.
Which is WHY he became politically relevant again a few years later.
LMAO, keep talking, you hideous kankled beast!!!!!!
*cackle cackle cackle*
Its her own party thats telling her to shut up. People on the right want her to keep talking.
The way that she lashes out, I can only imagjne she genuinely had something big and serious plannned is she had won.
She could well have been the candidate the Globalists planned to have introduce FEMA camps and destroy the Republic
Wow, she just keeps digging, eh?
Hillary, its the left that wants you gone. We want you talking until the cows come home.
The only male whiner was Al Gore, but he eventually shut up and figured out how to become a billionaire by pushing the Global Warming hoax. Hillary can’t figure out how to do anything, so she just whines and whines and whines.
And go away.
She knows that her legacy is going to be that of a skid-mark on the underwear of American history.
Had Barack Obama lost, we would have had to keep telling him to “shut up” because he is a whiny little B*tch, and so are you.
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