You are going to see Hillary Clinton everywhere for a few days, pushing Irma wreckage off the screen for whole “exclusive” interviews at a time.
So many television anchors have landed “exclusive” interviews with the Chardonnay queen the word “exclusive” has been sapped of any meaning.
You will see it al, it’s hard to escape.
You could just turn off the television for two weeks. It will pass.
But I have watched enough of these various iterations of the same interview to be able to summarize.
It’s all about Trump and Radical Republicans and how they are taking over the country, how they are racists and completely open about it, and how they are dangerous to the country. There are occasional wobbles off message in these interviews, like her weird claim that “conservative media” overwhelms all those nice, earnest liberals trying to save the planet from American racism.
While she attacks Donald Trump in these repeated charges, it is hard to overlook the real point: he is only the lead racist, while the real problem is so many ordinary, everyday Americans who have revealed themselves to be racist deep in their hearts by supporting Trump.
She is a bitter troll, trying to slather the country in a guilt trip, designed to shift attention away from what history will nonetheless record as the truth: she was an awful candidate, out of touch with the country during the campaign and after, and she lacked the grace to accept rejection and live out her life quietly. Instead we are all subjected to the wrath of Hurricane Hillary and her politics of national destruction.
Americans should use her book and the speaking tour as a moment to congratulate itself that she is not President and never will be.