Go Away: Hillary Clinton Fails To Learn Lesson From 2016

Hillary, if you’re reading this (you should be), please take your loss in 2016 as a clear and binding message from a supermajority of Americans:

“Go Away!”

The dumpster fire you continue to perpetuate is cringe-worthy and embarrassing. You Lost; now go away.

Presidential failure many times over and Queen of the Deep State, Hillary Clinton choked up in a video released Wednesday as she read portions of the speech she would have given had she won the 2016 election.

Words cannot express the simultaneous feelings of second-hand embarrassment and sheer joy this video brings.

The video of her speech comes from her new talk on the power of resilience for MasterClass, a streaming platform featuring stories from people sharing what they have learned with others.

Clinton says in the video that she has never shared her speech with anyone or even read it out loud.

If we wanted you to read your victory speech out loud, Hillary, we would’ve voted for you.

Clinton begins to tear up when talking about her mother. She says if she could time travel, she would tell her mother that her daughter, as hard to imagine as it might sound, would become the president of the United States.

If tears of laughter aren’t running down your face…

Clinton’s speech did not specifically mention former President Donald Trump, though she does say that every American has a role to play in “our great American story,” including those who either voted for other candidates or did not vote at all.

“I am as sure of this as anything I have ever known: America is the greatest country in the world,” Clinton reads as she struggles to speak. “And from tonight going forward, together, we will make America even greater than it has ever been, for each and every one of us.”

Her full speech will be made available in MasterClass when it is released on Thursday. She hopes the lessons contained in it “will help you chart your own path with passion and purpose,” she writes on social media.

Clinton lost the 2016 election, winning 227 electoral votes to Trump’s 304.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney