Former President Bill Clinton applauds as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, where she conceded her defeat to Republican Donald Trump after the hard-fought presidential election. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Hillary Clinton Says She Won’t Rule Out Challenging the 2016 Election

In an interview with NPR that ran on Monday, the ever-charming Hillary Clinton stated that she wouldn’t rule out challenging the results of the 2016 Presidential Election if more evidence of Russian interference emerges. She did however admit that there is no constitutional way for a vanquished presidential candidate to actually do so.

Honestly, the real story here is how pathetic it is getting to see Hillary still traipsing around, scrabbling for attention nearly a year after her pathetic defeat at the hands of the second worst presidential candidate in American history.

In fact, we’re at the point now where Hillary has long since passed the Brett Favre Jets and Vikings era, and is quickly approaching Land Before Time 14 in the all-time Tired, Old, and Pitiful Rankings. (Yes, there are actually 14 Land Before Time movies).

The poor lady doesn’t even realize that every interview she gives, every headline she makes, she helps Donald Trump. In fact, she’s his biggest weapon. For the President, Hillary provides the perfect straw (wo)man for every argument. Broken promises? “Look at what Hillary said!” Turmoil in the West Wing? “Yeah, but Hillary’s a liar!” Failure to get anything major done? “Remember that time I beat Crooked Hillary? Man, those were the days…” It is no mistake that besides Clinton herself, the President is the only person in America still talking about Hillary.

The Democrat Party has already blown one election in Hillary’s honor, and the longer she works the interview circuit as their torch bearer, the closer they come to flushing the next one too. And they know it.

In Clinton’s defense, it is definitely understandable that someone who thought she would be president right now is having a hard time dealing with the reality that not only is she not, but that a cartoon character is. It’s high time for her to get over it though and to go ahead and put her political career out of its misery.

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