Her is some insight into Hilary Clinton’s character and forty-three reason that she has come up with to explain her loss. You may want to shell out the price of her book, as it is getting great reviews. It is now rated 4.9 out of 5.0 after 600 reviews of 1.0 star reviews were deleted. Or, to save money, you can read the list in this article. The list is not comprehensive. I noticed one glaring omission. See if you see it too.
As Written by Gregg Jarrett for Fox News:
Hillary Clinton has long had an aversion to the truth.
She twists it, bends it and contorts it to fit her own needs and ambitions. And so it goes in Clinton’s current “blame tour” as she hawks her book with an eye toward fattening her already considerable bank account.
If you are expecting the truth of “What Happened,” the title of her mythical memoir, you will be left bereft. It bears no resemblance to the truth of what happened in her losing quest for the presidency.
Instead, Clinton engages in what psychiatrists call “projection” –when people persistently blame others for their own failings. They view themselves as chronic victims, refusing to accept personal responsibility for the decisions they alone make.
In Clinton’s universe, everyone is to blame but her. She is very much like Richard Nixon who said of the Watergate scandal that forced his resignation as president, “I accept the responsibility, but not the blame.”
And, like Nixon, Clinton’s name is synonymous with scandals and controversies, all of them self-created. No one forced her to set up a private email server. No one made her pocket $225,000 from Goldman Sachs for a speech. No one coerced her into using her foundation in a way that smacks of influence peddling and self-dealing.
In rationalizing her behavior, Clinton tends to manipulate the facts and engage in wholesale deceptions, peddling one fatuous canard after another. She does it so often and so cavalierly that it seems second nature. Distortions and fabrications are endemic in her personality………
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