Hillary Clinton finished slamming Trump at Ozyfest before the hospital noticed she was missing

Russian to judgment

Yesterday afternoon, Hillary Clinton spoke at an event called Ozyfest in NYC. I know this will surprise you greatly, but she continued whining about the election and Donald Trump:

On Saturday, Hillary Clinton took to the stage of New York City’s OZY Fest to talk, among other things, about President Donald Trump and his meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin.

In a clip played by CNN, Clinton takes a stab at Trump for not taking a strong stand against Russian election meddling.

“The great mystery is why this president has not spoken up for our country, and we saw this most clearly in this recent meeting with Putin,” she said. She added that “we still do not know” what happened in the room when the two met.

According to The Hill, Clinton also called the whole thing “disturbing.”

“So this idea that somehow we are not sure where our own president stands is deeply disturbing,” Clinton said. “And the best way to deal with that is to vote in November.”

Number of times “she won the popular vote” was overheard at Ozyfest: 1,748. Number of times the “popular vote” has been what’s decided the outcome of a U.S. presidential election: ZERO.

And then there’s this:

Hillary would have stayed longer for the interview but she had to get back to the hospital before they discovered she was missing.

When I was watching the video of her 45-minute interview, something in the tribute film caught my eye. This would have been awkward if Clinton or any of her superfans in the audience had any self-awareness whatsoever:

“I’ll take ‘places I didn’t go in 2016’ for $500, Alex.”

Also, Clinton slammed Trump over his Putin meeting, which is, ya know, kind of funny coming from Queen Reset Button:

Hey, who are you going to believe, Hillary or your lying eyes and ears?

Oh, but that was all “for the children” or something!

Author: Doug Powers

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