In a television interview broadcast on Ireland’s ‘’Late Late Show’’, former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, opened up on the unfolding of events on election night 2016. (Snip) Whilst discussing the inauguration of President Trump, asked if she wanted to scream, Clinton told RTÉ, “Oh, I did. But that was a common occurrence in those days. You know, scream into the pillow when I saw what was happening.” “I would have been disappointed and really unhappy if I had lost to a normal Republican. But to lose to someone who I believed profoundly was not ready for
Comments: Good. Grief. She just won´t shut up. We sure dodged a bullet with that lunatic. It really is rich that she, of all people, says Trump is temperamentally unqualified for the job. It really is disturbing that she doesn´t have enough self-awareness to realize how weak, ridiculous and unpleasant she looks in these endless, grating interviews. She, who is supposed to be a such a strong-willed woman. She is a demented leftist robot who doesn´t have an original thought in her head.
Trump is unqualified for the job? This killer dame is? What were your qualifications, Shrillary? Hanging on to the coat tails of a serial rapist? Without his help you would be working in a dinky third rate law firm. Senator from NY?? Upstate NY they are still waiting for the jobs you promised them. Trump never killed anyone, you did! Remember Benghazi?! Trump runs a huge business. What did you ever build? Every word out of your mouth has always been a lie! GO away and take your ugly family with you!
It was sure a happy night when I saw she was losing.
Amazingly, the NYT had up a simple but extremely detailed page with the current vote tallies and their expert´s predictions of each state.
By 9 or 9:30 east coast time on election night, the NYT site had it going to Trump with 302-306 estimated Electoral College votes - which proved very accurate.
The airhead antiTrumpers at Fox couldn´t even call it at 1:30 AM, so I went to bed, secure in the knowledge that Hillary was somewhere screaming and throwing things, to freaked out to even have a concession speech.
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The Other Guy, 10/6/2017 8:57:34 PM (No. 11408391)
I can believe the screaming part. Have a problem with the pillow, though. Based on anecdotal evidence from people who shared white house space with her, she has no problem screaming long and loud regardless of who may hear it.
Hillary F-bomb was and is "profoundly not ready" for the presidency. Decades in public life and she has not one accomplishment. Maybe some job titles, but any of us who have gone through interviews for professional jobs know that job titles do not count. On top of no accomplishments, she was and is breathtakingly corrupt.
This woman is in Heavy Denial: she didn´t campaign, did mostly fund raising! She needed Wisconsin: didn´t once campaign there. And when she did campaign, her mantra was: "My 1st term is Obama´s 3rd term." Oi!
Public speaking was stressed in the Dale Carnegie course. Most people are most afraid of speaking in front of a lot of people, and are acclimatized to the public quickest during the night when everyone in the class must give his/her speech over the shouts-razzes of the rest of the class. In 1979 during the over-shout night there were several "mousy" women in the class who learned quickly to shout over their classmates. In some ways they probably never felt better than they did after blasting away their Carnegie classmates.
P.S. I highly recommend Dale Carnegie´s course. Useful to everyone.
In some ways I never felt better speaking in public than when my classmates were trying to shout me down and I yelled over them. Today those techniques might not be p.c., but I can assure you that they´re quite effective. Quite, quite.
If her lips are moving she’s lying. I don’t believe this bee ess for a minute. Just another effort to make you think of her as something she is not. What she is though is a lying loser that has not accepted reality.
This just enhances my doubts that she was surprised at all. Why did she cancel the fireworks? I say, she knew a few days earlier she would lose, so she cancelled the fireworks, and notified the people who had placed bets on her whom she really cared about (Soros, other backers) so they could change their bets, and then very energetically threw the election. Proof: ever since then she has said at every opportunity that she was totally surprised. Ergo, she was not at all surprised. The one and only headline she is trying to get is: SHE WAS SO SURPRISED!! Ergo, it is baloney.
So Hillary was screaming into her pillow into her pillow after her election night spanking by Trump? Big deal. Ex-Dictator Obama has been biting into his pillow almost every night after he was booted out of the White House
She was so immature and temperamentally unsound she left her loyal sycophants sitting out in that auditorium just gaping, whining, bawling. She did not have the courage or the maturity to come out and thank them for their support. She is such a typical leftist crybaby whiner, and of such low character, she would not stand up and accept the defeat like a real woman.
For anyone to have such extreme confidence in being absolutely certain of victory in a presidential election goes beyond colossal ego thereby begging the question of possible voter fraud. By NO means is this post intended to make that assertion—simply a reality check of no guarantees in life other than death.
As for losing to a “normal Republican,” Mrs.Clinton’s perception of PresidentTrump being “temperamentally unqualified for the job” is mistaking the brilliant mind of a highly successful businessman who knows how to deal with the realities of life and speaks bluntly about issues. The mainstream-media, likewise, “misunderestimates” PresidentTrump’s intelligence.
So she was "screaming into her pillow." Although I´m a woman, her admitted actions make me scared to ever have a woman president. Can you imagine a man nominated by his party to run for president "screaming into his pillow" because he lost the election? What does she think she is accomplishing by telling the world that she is weak and emotionally unstable? Stupid.
“She was crying, inconsolably,” he said. “Her friend said — her female friend from way, way, back — said that it was even hard to understand what she was saying, she was crying so hard.” CNN reporter tells me Hillary became physically violent towards Robby Mook and John Podesta around midnight; had to be briefly restrained. She was in a “psychotic drunken rage” according to my reporter friend.
Screaming into her pillow? More likely she was screaming at everyone around her and throwing pillows. And anything else she could get her hands on.
I so wish that someone had been able to videoed that evening in her hotel suite. Put it on Pay per View and we could pay off the national debt. But everyone in there had to check their cell phones at the door - probably the only smart thing she did during the entire campaign.
#7 I´m with you! I believe the screaming part but the use of a pillow is just another sniper fire fabrication. Remember she had already popped the champagne in celebration of her election and was really drunk when she was told she lost. If someone had a video of that moment it would be priceless!
After reading all these posts about Hillary´s state of mind, it struck me that she likely could have conceived and ordered her´s and her spouse´s "problems" be disposed of through all those years since governor Bill, and he either went along with it or kept quiet for his own safety. Just a thought.
I have to wonder: Does Hillary! actually believe that these endless confessions of her demonstrated mental instability, lack of self-control, poor judgment, and self - delusion, make her sound presidential somehow? That’s in addition to the appalling corruption, poor performance, and contempt for anybody she couldn’t use? We done her wrong, and are supposed to feel sorry for her? ??? This slo-mo self destruction is painful to watch, even by one who has cordially despised HRC for half a century. But maybe there’s a modern-day Shakespeare who can turn her fatal flaws into a box-office hit.
All I think about is how dumb, stupid, ignorant and unqualified Hillary Clinton is/was and that´s what the left accused Trump of. The only thing on a high government level basis, she botched that, she did was jet set with a reset button around the world and drink Grey Goose vodka. I want to personally thank Grey Goose vodka for helping MAGA in a weird way. In all my years of watching political campaigns this has to be the weirdest I´ve witnessed. One thing must be remembered Hillary could have beat any other Republican in the field except Donald Trump. We truly must thank President Trump everyday for that and wish him more successes.
I do have to thank Hillary for making election day in 2016 the happiest day of my year. I was planning to turn in early and get ready for a miserable day at work on Nov 21. I stayed up just long enough to see the tide begin to turn and wound up still awake and cheering at 2am. Thanks, girl, you made my day.
"But to lose to someone who I believed profoundly was not ready for the job, was temperamentally unqualified for the job – was such a burden." Gee, now she knows how we all would have felt had she won.
And she´s not going to let the experience turn her bitter and cynical? Too late for that, I´d say.
#6 I love your poetry. What a glorious night it was when we finally heard the wicket witch was defeated. We were up until 4am with two televisions, two computers and two phones all tuned to different channels to be sure we didn´t miss anything. The moment our Lion President won, we were jumping and screaming of joy with a glass of champagne to toss to MAGA. We thanked our Lord God for the second chance he gave to our beloved Republic. Maybe Trump is right to keep her our of jail. She is destroying herself in front of the entire world.
One of the great things about Hiliary going around doing all these interviews and revealing all this "behind the scenes" stuff she pulled, she will never again be able to run for any office. By her own admissions she is mentally and emotionally unfit. Can you imagine her opponent´s campaign video made up of clips like these?
Everything posted here makes sense: how could she possibly try to run for any office again? But from PIAPS´ demeanor on these lefty talk shows that put her on, this news being revealed doesn´t seem to faze her!
Along about 9PM Election Night, when it became abundantly clear that Trump would win and Her Thighness would lose, I guffawed myself into a serious bellyache, and laughed for three days straight. I´m still laughing.
At some point late that night it occurred to me that Her Heinous was probably in no shape to give a concession speech. I was mostly correct when I imagined her roaring drunk and totally off her head, bouncing in place like an insane terrier, throwing flatware and stemware every which ways, alternately bawling her eyes out then shouting curses until the air turned grey around her head, and physically attacking her gone geeks Podesta and Mook with hammer fists to their faces and groins. The Tazmanian devil got nothin´ on her.
Oh, to have been a fly on the wall! I might well have died of schadenfreude that night, and it would almost have been worth it, too. (And I bet Beelzebubba, the only Clinton who would ever be president, chose to stay in a different room, wishing he had a couple of groupies to keep him warm. (Maybe he did.) Not even Secret Service could protect him from the Hildabeast that night.)
Amen, #75. It was some months later that I watched the condensed version of Madcow´s election night coverage, and it was a beautiful transformation to behold. No way Trump can win went to her "glum" face!
I´m glad to know Hillary had a fitful, hellacious night after she lost. I had many similar nights when Obama was in office and, too, before this last election when I was worried she might win. At least now she knows what it feels like. Kind of funny to think about - a grown woman - so worldly, so wise, so omnipotent - screaming into her pillow. Bill probably wasn´t there to hear it. But then again - is he ever?
So she didn´t have a concession speech written in advance? Typical. And typical of her campaign to lie about it. I´ve watched all the election night coverage available on YouTube, and all the big networks started the evening announcing that Hillary had written 2 speeches. And that she was very superstitious, as if that was some sort of endearing quirk instead of a creepy character flaw.
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