Hillary: You Cannot Expect Civility Until Democrats Come to Power

On a normal day, you see such a headline and might think, “Right, there is no way she could actually say that. She didn’t say that. You guys just came up with the most exaggerated and flattering extrapolation to make Hilary look bad in front of the media”.

We do understand why you might suspect that. It is a common practice in the left driven media to make up headlines, spread fake news, and what not. But, this case over here is no fake news at all. She actually said it, straight out. Not with a tinge of any irony involved. Hilary Clinton, who came second to Donald Trump in the election race for 2016 (well, there is no other way to define her), just said the most abhorrent thing possible. She said that you can’t expect any civility in America until the Democrats come to power.

Hilary Clinton made this remark during a recent interview on CNN with Christiane Amanpour.

She further accused the Republicans for demeaning the natural process because of what happened to Merrick Garland during his confirmation. The Republicans didn’t even run riots when Garland was being nominated.

They recognized his nomination. On the contrary, Democrats here not only tried to influence the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh through the use of baseless allegations, but they are also tried to throw the mud on the Republicans.

The lack of preparation for the midterm election, the disappointment of Trump’s brilliant performance and the nomination of Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Judge might have put the Democrats off their stride. Not a lot of what they are saying can be made sense off. Well, yeah Hilary can say all of this in front of a lapdog like Christiane Amanpour on CNN, but elsewhere, she will be reminded of how little sense she is making with her words.

 

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Galina is a freelance writer who has experience writing in the digital world for 4 years when she quit her job, her interests in current world affairs gave her the drive to pursue a career in journalism before retiring. Galina originates from Russia, lived in Canada for a short time between 2011 and 2013, then moved to New York to pursue her career.