As deplorable as it gets

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The most unpopular candidate ever to run for the presidency has no regrets about calling Trump supporters “irredeemable deplorables.”

That piece of smug egotism and arrogance came out in an interview with CBS News liberal sycophant Jane Pauley as Hillary Clinton advertised her book ‘What Happened,’ a blame-everybody-else, self pitying excuse for this money lover to make even more filthy lucre.

The most shameless politician in American history is still in endless shock 10 months after being deprived of what she firmly and patholically believed was her absolute and unalienable right to be President of the United States of America.

She was so convinced she would win the election — having shabbily and blatantly  sabotaged the campaign of her Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders — that she bought a $1.6 million house next to her home in Chappaqua, NY, for Secret Service agents who would be protecting her when she became president.

And the reason she didn’t speak to her supporters after Trump’s victory — as is the customary and classy thing to do — was because she was so sure she would win she hadn’t even prepared a concession speech.

“I had not drafted a concession speech,” she said in the interview, “I’d been working on a victory speech.”

And of course who can forget her renting a glass ceilinged convention center — first female presidential candidate to break through the glass ceiling etc, etc — in New York City for her anticipated coronation.

None of which happened, as history will record with savage satisfaction.

 

As sickenly self-centered as the interview was, one good thing came out of it: She said she will never run for office again.

For which millions of “deplorables” — not to mention the majority of Americans — thank their lucky stars, and owe a generation of gratitude to a crass but charismatic New York real estate tycoon by the name of Donald Trump.

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