Braying banshee Hillary Clinton just continues to expose her sick mind as she enters week three of the “poor, poor pitiful me” tour to promote her new book What Happened?
That Clinton belongs in the mental ward of a supermax prison has already been established but she just continues to pour it on as she rages against the man who beat her fair and square along with 63 million Americans who gave her a resounding thumbs down at the polls.
But the longer it continues, the more that it becomes apparent that the world dodged a major bullet when her ace campaign strategists decided that Rust Belt votes didn’t matter. This is NOT a person who should have ever been given access to the launch codes to the nation’s nuclear arsenal.
The latest exhibit of the workings of a deranged and bitter mind dribbled out during an interview with PBS host Charlie Rose where Mrs. Clinton compared President Trump to Vladimir Putin and suggested that Trump could order the execution of journalists.
Clinton Compares Trump to Putin: ‘Hopefully He Hasn’t Ordered the Killing of People and Journalists’ https://t.co/Prrp1mYMIM
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) September 26, 2017
Via the Washington Free Beacon “Clinton Compares Trump to Putin: ‘Hopefully He Hasn’t Ordered the Killing of People and Journalists’”:
Hillary Clinton said Monday on Bloomberg News that President Donald Trump has “tendencies toward authoritarianism,” adding that she hopes he has not “ordered the killing of people and journalists” as Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused of doing.
During a conversation with Charlie Rose, she compared Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose relationship with Trump has particularly drawn scrutiny from Democrats and the media. Clinton discussed her ideas on Trump’s view of democracy, saying she “hopes” the president is not exactly like Putin in every way.
“I don’t think he really values democracy, Charlie,” Clinton said.
“He doesn’t value democracy? Rose asked. “So he’s not a ‘democrat,’ little ‘d?'”
Clinton replied, “No, he’s not, he’s a top-down guy.”
“He’s an authoritarian?” Rose asked.
“He has tendencies toward authoritarianism,” Clinton answered.
“So, he’s no different than Putin?” Rose asked.
Clinton did not say Trump was different from the Russian autocrat, instead saying he “hopefully” does not commit the same crimes as Putin.
“Well, hopefully he hasn’t ordered the killing of people and journalists and the like,” Clinton replied.
But of course Charlie Rose didn’t even bat an eye at this insane statement proving that Hillary’s biggest enablers are in the media.