Hillary Clinton lost the presidential elections. This loss put an end to her political career, and the Democratic candidate hasn’t found a way to cope with failure. Americans believe that the nomination of Hillary Clinton is the worst thing that could have happened to the Democratic Party. But, Rev. Jesse Jackson has a different opinion.
Rev. Jackson attended the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition convention, and used the opportunity to talk about Hillary Clinton and her victory. Yes, Jackson is convinced that Hillary Clinton won the elections, and claims that President Donald Trump stole her victory. Can you believe this?
“To have a head of our party who is sensitive to the plight of working people is the order of this day. Don’t forget when you lose; you tend to amplify ‘would’ve, could’ve, should’ve.’ When you win, you cover up your sins. Let nobody fool you. We worked last year; we won the election. It was stolen,” Jackson said as he introduced Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez.
Jackson opened the Russian interference issue, and claimed that President Trump used the help of Putin’s government to beat Hillary. “From John F. Kennedy to Nixon to Carter to Ford to Clinton to Barack if any of them had to face the impact A: of Russian interference in such a bold way— had to face the foolishness of the electoral college and the interference of the FBI, none of them— Hillary won in spite of having a three million vote lead. So we are not going to let anybody break our spirit. We are going to keep fighting back,” Jackson added.
Well, we know that Democrats will always blame the Russian government for their loss. But, no foreign government could ever help Hillary win the elections. She is the last person on this planet to deserve a chance to lead the United States.
Jackson should start acting reasonably. It’s time to stop blaming everyone. Hillary didn’t have any real chance of winning the elections. She is a corrupted criminal who let those people die in Benghazi.
What do you think about Jackson’s claims? Do you think Hillary Clinton will have the courage to run for president again?