As Twitchy told you earlier, Hillary Clinton was in Selma over the weekend, where she accepted an âinternational unity awardâ (yes, really). Naturally, she also spread fake news about voter suppression in Georgia being a factor in her 2016 defeat.
Well, she mustâve gotten a great response to that narrative, because she dialed it up to eleven with this humdinger:
â Mediaite (@Mediaite) March 4, 2019
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âI was the first person who ranÂ for president without the protection of the Voting Rights Act andÂ I will tell you it madeÂ it makes a really big difference and it doesnât makes a difference in Alabama and Georgia, it made aÂ difference in Wisconsin, where the best studies that have been done said somewhereÂ between 40,000 and 80,000 peopleÂ were turned away from the pollsÂ because of the color of their skin,Â because of their age, because of whatever excuse couldÂ be made up to stop a fellowÂ American citizen from voting,â Clinton continued.
Guys. You guys.
wait what https://t.co/Mg1gKQGO4w
â Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) March 4, 2019
This effing woman.
â Bob (@bperez1776) March 4, 2019
â SusanH (@AdaSooner) March 4, 2019
This is ridiculous!
â JRockTigers (@JRockTigers) March 4, 2019
Big if true!*
â SETH WEATHERS (@sethweathers) March 4, 2019
Fact check: FALSE
â Steve (@dividendsteve) March 4, 2019
Her pantsuit must be fireproof.
Yeah, not campaigning there had nothing to do with it, I'm sure.
â Kyle Tittle (@Tittlewk93) March 4, 2019
Never mind that I looked past Wisconsin and didnât campaign there.
â Jim Wise (@Jimbo_Wise) March 4, 2019
She didnât even campaign in the state
â Mauty480 (@Mauty480) March 4, 2019
In the electoral college for the 2016 presidential election, Trump won Wisconsin withÂ 1,409,467 votes, according toÂ Politico, with Clinton receiving 1,382,210 votes.
Notably, Clinton did not personally campaign inÂ Wisconsin.
Hillary Clinton is evidently literally incapable of any kind of meaningful introspection.
Funny how concerned she about Wisconsin nowâŚshe shouldâve thought about it three years ago
â What_da_puck! (@tlschrades) March 4, 2019
And also because you insulted half the country in a nationally televised speech, but still expected to get elected.
â William McClelland (@willmcclelland) March 4, 2019
She was the worst Democratic presidential candidate to come along in ages â and she has no one to blame for her loss except for her own damn self.
This is as dishonest and despicable as Donald Trump's bogus claims about election fraud (like 3 million illegal aliens voted in 2016) and should be treated as such. https://t.co/TLaCbFDhGl
â Drew McCoy (@_Drew_McCoy_) March 4, 2019