Readers plowing their way through Hillary Clinton’s book, “What Happened,” have been generous in posting some of the best bits on social media. Though some details, like Clinton’s alternate-nostril breathing technique, need to be seen to be believed, others are shocking enough in print.
As Twitchy reported, one passage highlighted by readers told the story of dozens of women who have approached Clinton since November to apologize for not voting … women “looking for absolution that I just couldn’t give.” No, Clinton cannot and will not absolve them of their guilt; everyone has to live with the consequences of their actions, she concludes.
Seeing as she’s still walking free, there’s a lot Clinton doesn’t know about facing consequences for one’s actions, but if anyone thought that passage was maybe just a quick burst of anger that made it past the editing phase, Clinton was ready and willing to repeat it in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Wednesday night.
No absolution from Hillary Clinton for voters who regret not voting in 2016 presidential election https://t.co/0NVhtcXr1i
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) September 14, 2017
Good. They deserve none. https://t.co/2NYjuAiA6D
— Hillary Warned Us (@HillaryWarnedUs) September 14, 2017
— Hillary In Pictures (@HillaryPix) September 14, 2017
Good. They're collective actions or inactions have jeopardized countless lives. https://t.co/WlvX9ohbMj
— (((Zachary Aronow))) (@zaronow) September 14, 2017
If you didn't vote. You don't deserve forgiveness. https://t.co/PS91j3FQAA
— Amina (@Pr3ttyGirl41) September 14, 2017
Me either. I'm not forgiving anyone. I get angrier every day at the way she was railroaded. https://t.co/u8LILSW5WC
— eydie sanders (@eydie57) September 14, 2017
Damned right! Given the oft-repeated, clearly-high stakes, EVERY voter who threw a tantrum or "sent a msg" deserves to feel like shit https://t.co/lJas0qThBt
— ConcernedAmerican (@LizEClark) September 14, 2017
We wonder if anyone who lives on Clinton’s little planet with her has tried telling her that there are people who didn’t want her to president, voted against her, and aren’t looking for “absolution” from the losing candidate? Rumor has it some people are downright giddy she lost.
Anderson Cooper asked Clinton if she gives "absolution" to women who didn't vote for her, she replies "no."
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) September 14, 2017
Uh, didn't ask for it. Is she the Pope now? https://t.co/Zlyapl3XDf
— Denise Russell (@DRussell76) September 14, 2017
The rest of us give those women high-fives. https://t.co/waDLIwHjbF
— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) September 14, 2017
She should ask for absolution from the parents of the men killed in Benghazi
— Brian Ritchie (@Barnyard668) September 14, 2017
#HillaryClinton couldn't become The Queen of America, so now she's trying to be it's god.
America is better off w/o this psycho in charge. https://t.co/XQWuZXNmgL
— Jamie Rose (@JamieAgathaRose) September 14, 2017
Not bitter at all. https://t.co/VYtiQKSPG1
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 14, 2017
clinton's tears are delicious https://t.co/BxOzkimsrY
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) September 14, 2017
1. Didn't know women needed absolution for voting their conscience
2. Didn't know Clinton had the power to absolve sins even if #1 were true https://t.co/vLuNBgWMHZ
— Nathan White (@NPWhite717) September 14, 2017
She's not God; she cannot give absolution. Although with her narcissism, she may think she can.
— SAHomes (@nclawyer2) September 14, 2017
So because I sit to pee I had to vote for her?
Fuck you lady. https://t.co/HywvOJDMEd
— 99%Swamp=100%Fed Up (@bloodless_coup) September 14, 2017
If I had a time machine, I'd go back and not vote for her all over again. https://t.co/fN4QpDKDKm
— Kimberly (@conkc2) September 14, 2017
And the mic drop:
Thinking any voter needs her absolution is the best example she was the worst candidate possible. https://t.co/8ctwxscS2I
— Don Brown (@tensigma) September 14, 2017
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‘Holy sh*t’! It’s official: Hillary Clinton is out of her ever-loving mind https://t.co/EvzgPHaJHx
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 13, 2017
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