No Presidential Run, But Hillary Remains Relevant

Hillary Clinton simply refuses to go away. Bill Clinton’s better half in the headlines again following a September 11th appearance on CNN’s ‘State of the Union.’

Throughout the segment, Clinton remained in lockstep with the rest of left-wing media’s talking points. Applauding Joe Biden, condemning Trump voters, the usual.

Clinton took things a step further, though, as she’s been known to do Top 5 Hillary moments. Host Dana Bash began the segment reminiscing on how we, as a nation, put aside our differences and came together following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Without missing a beat or staying on topic, the former senator D-NY reminded us how “important it is to try to deal with extremism of any kind, especially when it uses violence to try to achieve political and ideological goals.” Only Hillary could go from the unity of 9/11 to that.

Bash then reminded Clinton of how it wasn’t only everyday citizens who came together after the Twin Towers fell. “All of America’s elected officials really genuinely put party aside and came together after those attacks.” At this moment I remember that liberal media is choreographed. Bash is teeing up Clinton for her next response, and it’s a doozy.

“I give President Biden a lot of credit for trying to continue to reach out to people, while still sounding the alarm about the threats to our democracy.” Drink it in folks, you might not ever see a more untrue statement in your lifetime. Actually, I take that back Hillary Benghazi.

Joe Biden was advertised as a unifier but has been divisive from day-one of his presidency. Most recently, he referred to MAGA Republicans as a “threat” to democracy during his September 1st “soul of the nation” speech at Independence Hall in Philadelphia Biden’s angry speech.

Hillary Clinton appears to agree with Joe Biden and used this CNN appearance to further engrain those views into the minds of the public.

“There’s a small but very vocal, very powerful, very determined minority,” said the former Secretary of State, “who wants to impose their views on all the rest of us.” The left accusing the right of precisely what they’re guilty of, it’s a tale as old as time itself.

Hillary Clinton is low-hanging fruit. Making fun of her is almost too easy. That said, she has millions of supporters. They’re not people you’d ever want to hang out with, but they vote. As untruthful as her words may be, they’re ingested as absolute truth by many.

Bill Clinton’s better half has remained steadfast in her denial of a potential presidential run Hillary still not running. As much as we’d all love for her to finally disappear, don’t hold your breath. The only thing Hillary Clinton loves more than herself is the spotlight.