And so it would seem that there is now a growing number of Democrats who are becoming more than a bit weary of Hitlery as their patience continues to wear a little thin when it comes to her litany of excuses for why she was unable to defeat a candidate that was supposed to be so easily dispatched. And more than a few are becoming increasingly vocal when it comes to expressing their desire for her to step out of the limelight. The consensus among former Hitlery aides, former Obummer aides, and Democrat strategists is that Hitlery’s remarks blaming the Democratic National Committee and others for her election loss are hurting both her image and the image of the Democrat Party. When it comes to the image of the Democrat Party, Hitlery is far from the only one doing damage. It was one longtime aide who recently said, “She’s apparently still really, really angry. I mean, we all are. The election was stolen from her, and that’s how she feels.” And this same aide went on to say, “But to go out there publicly again and again and talk about it? And then blame the DNC? It’s not helpful to Democrats. It’s not helpful to the country, and I don’t think it’s helpful to her.”
Remember how it was back during the campaign when the Democrats and all those in the state-controlled media, were doing their damnedest to convince us all how it was that Hitlery was the greatest thing since sliced bread? Well it would seem that the bread may have become more than just a bit moldy. So word is that there are several Democrats who are reportedly encouraging the old girl to step out of the limelight. Which is ironic, really, since Americans representing 306 electoral votes, asked her to do just that last November. They don’t catch on very quickly do they? Apparently, they are only now coming to view Hitlery’s remarks blaming the DNC and others for her loss in November as damaging the image of the Democrat Party. Actually, her excuses notwithstanding, she simply didn’t have enough loyalists able to steal it for her, like Obummer did, twice. That’s not the same thing as having the election stolen from her. She just couldn’t get enough support to steal it from us, like her comrade. Hence, the absolute SHOCK she went through when she didn’t win. She truly thought she had it in the bag. And that kind of confidence over something so important only comes from ‘knowing’ you’ll win, because you cheated.
Hitlery has now gone on-the-record blaming everyone from former FBI Director James Comey, to the Russians, the media, her primary and general election opponents, and even sexism for her election loss. Some aides and strategists think the time has now come for her to retreat into the shadows and allow new ‘leaders’ in the party to step forward and into the spotlight. In fact, it was a former Obummer aide who said, “If she is trying to come across as the leader of the angry movement of what happened in 2016, then she’s achieving it.” And this same aide went on to say, “But part of the problem she had was she didn’t have a vision for the Democratic Party, and she needs to now take a break and let others come to the forefront.” Despite those in the party calling on her to leave the public eye, Hitlery’s aides and advisers say she will likely remain in firmly in the public eye discussing the 2016 election as a way to promote her new book which will be released this fall. Democrat strategist Jamal Simmons says that she should talk more about where she went wrong in the election as opposed to blaming others for her elections. He said, “It would be nice to hear a little more about the things she did wrong, which I believe mattered more than what she has discussed.”
The time has long since passed for when both Hitlery and the Democrat Party should have been able to come to grips with the fact that the election was in no way stolen from them. In truth I think the argument can be made that Hitlery and the party simply threw away any chance they had to win, by stubbornly choosing to allow psycho-sexual perverts into little girl's bathrooms, the committing of numerous felonies that Hitlery was not charged with due to Lynch's corruption, the secretly handing over of 400 Billion in cash to Iran, and enthusiastic embracing of the BLM thugs. And all anyone had to do was to watch the rallies. Trump would talk about defending our borders, the economy, job creating, and stopping ISIS for over an hour and 30 minutes, 3 states a day, 6 days a week. Hitlery would have her half an hour speeches about nothing but what Trump said, how dare Trump say that, and can you believe what Trump said. Nothing about policy, little about her plan to keep Americans safe, and no mention of ISIS or job creating. And the only way she could come close to matching Trump’s rallies was to enlist her celebrity friends. She was nothing but a political donor puppet.
When Obummer won the first time around, while I certainly didn't like it, at the same time that I was neither surprised or shocked, and for any number of reasons, not the least of which was the fact that we had been stupid enough to nominate John McCain as our candidate. But when Obummer won the second time I did feel a sickness in my stomach because after having watched him for the four years prior as he proved himself time and again to be nothing short of a disaster, I had hoped the American people would have had enough sense not to re-elect him. But I was wrong. Granted, once again we Republicans had managed to saddle ourselves with a less than stellar candidate in Mitt Romney, but even with that said, had Romney been a bit more aggressive, perhaps, dare I say, a bit more like Trump, I think he just might have been able to win. And while I was less than thrilled by the outcome, I knew I had no option but to accept it. And I certainly didn’t advocate for my favored candidate to form some sort of “resistance”, or for people to start taking to the streets calling for Obummer’s impeachment, despite the fact that it was easy to argue the point that he certainly deserved it.
In all of my 47 years as a registered voter I have never once seen the wisdom in voting for a Democrat and I feel quite confident in saying that I never will. But to those who chose to come across the aisle and vote in support of America, I say thank you. But then, like they say, even a crazy person will run out of a burning building. And to those Democrats who had the courage to vote for candidate Trump, I say thank you for having principles and convictions to see through all of the garbage. And to be able to recognize the fact that despite all their talk of tolerance and of being accepting and inclusive, Democrats are neither tolerant nor accepting. They preach tolerance only of those things which they seek to force upon the rest of us and accept no differing opinion. So this attempt to now try to distance themselves from Hitlery makes clear how it is that the Democrat Party has learned nothing from the stunning loss experienced by their candidate, because their problem goes much deeper than Hitlery. And they shouldn’t count her leaving the spotlight until she’s ready to leave the spotlight. And the Democrats have no one to blame but themselves, they alone are responsible for creating this political Frankenstein.