Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned

woman scorned

Ugh. The scorned woman is at it again.

Say, remember when Hillary’s tweets were written by her campaign staff, emailed to everyone for their approval, rewritten and tweaked by different campaign people, then finalized by committee?

Good times.

Without a phalanx of people keeping Hillary Clinton’s bitterness in check, we get to see her as she truly is.

A woman scorned.

And, as the old saying goes, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

In attempting to congratulate Emmanuel Macron for his victory in France, Hillary couldn’t help herself.

She had to let her bitter flag fly.

But of course!

She’s angry and bitter after all.

Barack Obama went all-in for Macron the same way he did for Hillary. It worked for Macron, but it didn’t work for her.

Likewise, Macron also had a compliant, cooperative press that built him up while tearing down his opponent. You know. Just like Hillary. It worked for Macron, but it didn’t work for her.

You don’t think that would make her just a wee bit bitter?

Of course there are differences. In America, the compliant, cooperative press wasn’t the only game in town. Whereas in France, the complaint media was completely simpatico.

Don’t believe me?

Check out this photo that Paul Joseph Watson tweeted out a few days ago:


Hillary would have killed for that kind of slanted coverage.

But the truth is, Hillary’s tweet – in addition to being bitter and angry – is also a big, fat lie.

Those interfering with democracy weren’t defeated at all.

It’s just that the interference was all in favor of Macron.

Look at that picture. Across-the-board fawning coverage for Macron. The full force and might of the EU was pushing him. Former President Barack Obama recorded a commercial endorsing him. And Angela Merkel was firmly backing him as well.

When Macron’s emails were leaked to the public, the French Election Commission and the French Media openly attempted to cover them up.

And, according to reports, voters received either damaged LePen ballots (which, automatically made them invalid), or no LePen ballots at all (only Macron ballots).

So clearly somebody was interfering with democracy.

When Hillary Clinton complains about “interfering with democracy,” what she really means is “our side lost.”

But she has to claim Macron’s victory was because attempts at “interfering with democracy” were stopped.

Because that helps to maintain the narrative that when people she hates win, something nefarious must have happened.

And she needs to maintain that narrative. Because otherwise, she might have to take a good, long look at herself.

Let’s face it. She doesn’t want to do that.

But the truth is, even this supposed congratulations tweet is still all about Hillary Clinton losing.

She could have easily just tweeted, “I would have won too if those interfering w/democracy had been defeated.”

She’s bitter you see.

And as I pointed out a couple weeks ago, Hillary Clinton has become the scorned woman who simply won’t let go.

No matter what the topic, no matter what the occasion, she will find a way to bring it back around to her bitterness over losing.

Because hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

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4 thoughts on “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned

  • May 8, 2017 at 10:52 am
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    No, Hillary. The media just says you can’t tell the truth about that!

  • May 8, 2017 at 12:16 pm
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    Obama’s endorsement losing streak is over.

    The true loser is France. They should just surrender now to mitigate the embarrassment that will follow. Bye, bye France.

  • May 8, 2017 at 2:12 pm
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    And the next time France gets hit by terrorists, just say “too bad”.

    And the twice-failed candidate for the US presidency should just go back into the woods — and stay there!

  • May 8, 2017 at 6:07 pm
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    Hilldog is living a bitter, bizarro existence these days, with a million “what ifs” and “that should be me up there” on repeat in her head.
    In her interviews, the head bobbing and Beyoncic neck swerving to drive her point home is ramped up. She’s seething inside and the body language is screaming.
    When she says, “If —-(insert whatever excuse here)— hadn’t happened on these dates, ‘I would’ve been your President.”
    You can really tell that she likes to say, “I would’ve been your President.”

    But she’s not. She didn’t get the keys to the kingdom.
    And it’s eating her up.
    Most delicious to watch.

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