Hillary Clinton Crawls Up from the Swamp to Deliver End-of-the-World Predictions About a Trump Victory 

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After years of hiding, Hillary Clinton has emerged from the swamp to issue a dire warning about the end of the world if Donald Trump is elected president in 2024.  

“If Trump wins, which I do not believe will happen, let me just quickly say that. If in some scenario that were to happen, it would be the end of democracy in the United States, it would be the end of Ukraine. You know, he will pull us out of NATO if he wins again. And just like he pulled us out of the Iran deal, he pulled us out of the Paris Accords. He will pull us out of NATO,” Clinton told Financial Times editor Edward Luce in a recent interview. “I mean, the list of potentially disastrous outcomes is longer than I have time to go over with you.” 

Clinton never got over Trump’s 2016 win, spending four years after the election calling him an illegitimate president and claiming to this day the election was stolen. Even though the idea of “stolen elections” is misinformation, it certainly seemed to play a part, in Clinton’s mind, in her 2016 loss. 

In the interview, Clinton claims that Trump “rigged” the 2020 election, a hypocritical statement coming from someone who spent millions to invent a story about Russian collusion to tip the scales in her favor in 2016. “They thought they had Georgia totally set. They thought they had Arizona totally set. They had been, you know, working hand in hand with Republican governors and legislatures to limit the vote as much as they possibly could.”  

And she warns America that Trump is ready to do it again in 2024. Just ahead of the 2022 midterms, she warned Americans, I know we’re all focused on the 2022 midterm elections, and they are incredibly important, but we also have to look ahead because, you know what, our opponents certainly are. Right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election, and they’re not making a secret of it.” 

If she could tell Republicans what the plan is, millions of voters currently in the dark would be grateful. 

It’s easy to see her game. Start planting the seeds of doubt ahead of the 2024 election so a Trump win would immediately be questioned.  

And for Clinton, it’s not just Trump derangement syndrome. For her, it’s personal. 

She still claims to have won 2016 if only that pesky Constitution hadn’t gotten in the way. “Remember, the Electoral College, is a terrible anachronism that, you know, has caused like, you know, people like me who win the popular vote not to be president. But that’s beside the point.”  

Clinton went on to display an interesting take on her 2016 loss and Biden’s win in 2020.  “So think about this. I win by nearly 3 million votes over Trump in 2016. I lose the Electoral College by 77,000 votes. Biden wins by over 7 million votes, wins the Electoral College by 100,000 votes. It was the mirror image of what happened to me. Only I was on the losing side and Biden was on the winning side.” 

Despite Clinton’s warped take on the outcomes of these elections, the Biden win was not a mirror image of her loss. She simply did not have enough electoral votes to pull off a victory, while Biden somehow did. Biden’s “victory” was in both the electoral and the popular vote. Clinton, by contrast, only “won” the popular vote.  

In 2022, despite no one asking Clinton about her intentions or caring either way, she reassured Americans that she has no intention to run again in 2024. America is grateful, but her denial makes her reappearance and dire warning about a Trump win even less relevant than it already was. 

She applauds Biden’s call to overhaul the Democratic National Committee’s nominating process following malfunctioning vote-counting apps in the 2020 Iowa caucus. The legitimacy of the malfunction is questionable, however, since problems with machines and apps tallying votes don’t exist, according to her party. 

Clinton maintains that Trump cannot win but acknowledges that the electoral college could once again thwart Democratic plans. “The Electoral College is always a, you know, a difficult outcome to predict. So, yeah, we have to stop that from happening.” 

“Stopping that from happening” has been the primary focus of Democrats ever since Trump’s 2016 victory, and with the full force of the FBI, DOJ, and media behind them, it promises to continue to be the goal of the left. 

America is hoping that at least one thing Clinton has said in her political career is true; that she will not seek the presidency in 2024. The left is a circus already, and there’s not enough room for any more clowns.