Wasn’t it just a week ago that Hillary Clinton was in India telling a receptive audience that the reason she lost the 2016 election is because of all of those backward states that voted against “black people getting rights” and “women, you know, getting jobs.”

There was also the problem of white women voters listening to their husbands, sons, and male bosses, and feeling compelled to vote Trump.

But like we said, that was last week. Now, with news of the Cambridge Analytica “scandal” making the rounds, Clinton would like more answers as to why she lost.

Hmm … Russian operatives and Cambridge Analytica might have worked together to derail her campaign — which was firmly on track otherwise, right?

Bryan Logan writes:

Hillary Clinton, in an interview originally recorded last year, questioned whether Cambridge Analytica and Russian operatives may have worked together during the 2016 US election.

“The real question,” Clinton said last year while promoting her book about the 2016 election, “is how did the Russians know how to target their messages so precisely to undecided voters in Wisconsin, or Michigan, or Pennsylvania.”

Clinton continued: “So if they were getting advice from, let’s say, Cambridge Analytica or someone else about, ‘OK, here are the 12 voters in this town in Wisconsin — that’s whose Facebook pages you need to be on to send these messages,’ that indeed would be very disturbing.”

Most disturbing, though, is how Russian operatives managed to conceal all of Wisconsin from the Clinton campaign.