Much has been made of yesterday’s re-emergence of Hillary Clinton in the postmortem week since she failed to win the Presidential election.
Her walking dead, dissolute appearance in itself has been the stuff of lore.
Adding to the aura of deconstruction of her contrived campaign vigor were her depressive, angst-like expressions of retreat into a post-defeat limbo.
“I will admit, coming here tonight wasn’t the easiest thing for me,” Clinton said. “There have been a few times this past week where all I wanted to do was curl up with a good book and our dogs and never leave the house again.”
But the moment from her faux-resurrection at the George Soros-fed Children’s Defense Fund’s “Beat The Odds” smorgasbord of platitudes and lefty contrivances was her introduction by the kindly, old, motherly, strategically octoroon, Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the aforementioned CDF.
This is the opening introduction by Ms. Edelman. It lasts a minute, fyi; just a warning should you feel that your wits are imploding while listening to this overly-sensible drivel.
Uh, don’t know who those people are, but I’m not one of them.