Loser Hillary Backtracks: I Won’t Contest the Legitimacy of the 2016 Election
Failed Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton appears to be backtracking from her initial statement where she claimed she wouldn’t rule out challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 election in an interview with NPR published Monday.
In an interview with Mic, Hillary Clinton said that there is no Constitutional basis for challenging the election results.
That pesky Constitution!
“I think no one, including me, is saying we will contest the election. I’m in the very large group of people who believe that, you know, there’s no legal basis, no constitutional basis for that,” Hillary said at a Mic roundtable in their New York office on Tuesday.
“I think depending upon what is found in those investigations, it won’t be just me, it will be millions of Americans who raise questions about the legitimacy of the election,” Hillary continued.
In case you missed it, here is the exchange NPR had with Hillary Clinton on Monday:
NPR asked again, “I want to get back to the question, would you completely rule out questioning the legitimacy of this election if we learn that the Russian interference in the election is even deeper than we know now?”
Hillary replied, “No. I would not. I would say —”
NPR: “You’re not going to rule it out.”
“No, I wouldn’t rule it out,” Hillary said.
Hillary got pummeled by the media for this outrageous statement during her blame tour. Her handlers probably forced her to clarify her radical claims. Our Founding Fathers designed the Constitution precisely to stop power hungry lunatics like Hillary Clinton in their tracks.