How far will Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party, go to promote herself and her new book? According to Mediaite, the vanquished presidential candidate is now using the tragic murder of Heather Heyer to promote her latest tour.
According to Mediaite:
Clinton begins a recent promotional letter by writing, “Friend — I have been thinking lately about bravery — the bravery of citizens like Heather Heyer who lost her life fighting the organized forces of hate and divisiveness.” However, a mere two paragraphs after referencing Heyer’s murder at the hands of a white supremacist, Clinton immediately jumped to pimping out her book tour.
“This fall, I’ll be embarking on a book tour of my own — which means that I’ll be able to see many of you while I’m out on the road. Click here to get more information about where and how you can get tickets, and hopefully I’ll see you soon. Onward!” she wrote.
Heyer, Mediaite noted, didn’t vote for Clinton, but chose to cast her ballot for Bernie Sanders in the primary. Moreover, she reportedly chose to abstain from voting in the general election given the choice of Trump or Clinton.
“She voted for Sanders in Virginia’s primary. When Bernie wasn’t the Democratic nominee, Heather didn’t even vote in the general election,” Heyer’s mother said.
Clinton’s advertising letter was released by Onward Together, an organization Clinton established earlier this year. The group is designed to create fundraising ventures on behalf of left-of-center political institutions.
“Resist, insist, persist, enlist,” is the organization’s ever-so poetic slogan.
The former Secretary of State’s book has received endless ridicule, mockery, and disdain from many on the left, claiming that “What Happened?” is filled with excuses and blame-shifting from Clinton on why she lost the election.
Writing at the reliably-liberal Washington Post, Dave Weigel said:
But still Clinton cannot let that Comey moment go. She quotes Fox News clips, legal analysis and congressional testimony to conclude that she was wronged. She takes subtle pleasure in Comey being fired by Donald Trump six months later. She apologizes to the reader, who has to relive all of this. “It wasn’t healthy or productive,” she writes, “to dwell on the ways I felt I’d been shivved.”
It’s a perfect word, “shivved.” The Hillary Clinton of this bitter memoir resembles the shrunken, beaten Richard Nixon who told David Frost that he gave his enemies a sword and “they twisted it with relish.” Again and again she blames herself for losing, apologizing for her “dumb” email management, for giving paid speeches to banks, for saying she’d put coal miners “out of business.” She veers between regret and righteous anger, sometimes in the same paragraph.
“I regret handing Trump a political gift with my ‘deplorables’ comment,” she writes. Then she lays out studies on voter biases from the University of Chicago and the Voter Study Group. Data amassed, Clinton clarifies: “Too many of Trump’s core supporters do hold views that I find — there’s no other word for it — deplorable.”
Hollywood isn’t too fond of the 512-page book, Deadline Hollywood said:
“It’s the same old Clinton mantra of it’s someone else’s fault and how much money can we rack in?” a studio executive said at last night’s Creative Arts Emmys of the “divisive” attitude she has displayed so far promoting the 512-page book published by CBS subsidiary Simon & Schuster.
Of course, with all the checks written by the likes of Steven Spielberg, Shonda Rhimes, Harvey Weinstein and Casey Wasserman during the last White House campaign, the shift away from Clinton also reflects Democratic donors looking for a new place to park their cash, Super PAC and otherwise.
“Hillary still has a lot of support here personally but she is not a leader in the party anymore and the big donors are looking for the next Obama, who the next winner can be,” one of the former First Lady’s big backers last year pointed out. “Maybe it’s Kamala Harris, maybe it’s Elizabeth Warren, maybe its Corey Booker,” the donor ruminated. “Maybe it’s someone else, but it is not the candidate who lost an election that was supposed to be a done deal, I can tell you that for sure.”
What’s the result of all this? According to the Washington Examiner, Amazon and Walmart have already cut the price of her book by 40 percent — before it even hit the shelves.
The upshot is that America dodged a bullet by defeating Clinton. So, one might ask, what difference, at this point, does her book make? Other than exposing Clinton for what she truly is — that is, an evil legend in her own mind who thinks the world is out to get her — it serves as a stark reminder of what could have been at the helm in the White House, and how fortunate we really are that she lost.
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