2016 was not a good year for Hillary Clinton. She lost an election she thought was going to be handed to her and she lost to a guy that had never run for anything before. It was embarrassing and to this day she hasn’t figured out a way to cope with it. She may never get over it.
Since the election, things have continued to get worse for Hillary Clinton. Rather than respect the process and gracefully transition from the public eye she has decided instead to become a political pundit and trash the guy who beat her basically every other day.
She’s constantly saying disgusting and factually false things and she gets called out for it quite regularly.
For example, she recently posted a tweet about Brett Kavanaugh that was 100% false. It was so bad that even some on the left were forced to call her out.
On Friday, Hillary took another L courtesy of the Texas school board.
From The Daily Caller:
The Texas State Board of Education took a preliminary vote on Friday to remove former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from social studies books in an effort to “streamline” the curriculum.
While Clinton may still rate a passing mention in history books as Bill Clinton’s First Lady, Secretary of State under President Barack Obama or as the first female presidential nominee from a major political party, lesson plans focused specifically on Clinton and her role as a “significant political and social leader” are set to be removed, eliminating some 30 minutes of classroom time.
On one hand, it’s good to have Hillary in there so the kids can learn how not to run a presidential campaign and what kind of politician not to be. But, there are definitely more important things to teach the kids.
The American people just really don’t like Hillary Clinton.
At the end of last year, her popularity was at an all time low.
From The Hill:
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating is at a new low one year after her election loss to President Trump, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Clinton now holds a 36 percent approval rating among Americans, according to Gallup, down 5 percentage points since June. The rating falls below Clinton’s previous low of 38 percent in August to September of last year.
The former first lady also reached a new high disapproval rating of 61 percent. Clinton has bucked the trend of defeated presidential candidates gaining popularity after the election, Gallup says.
And she actually is thinking about running again?
That would be a gift for President Trump.