OF COURSE: Hillary Clinton Has A NEW EXCUSE For Why She Lost The 2016 Election

Hillary Clinton’s laundry list of reasons why she lost the 2016 election just keeps getting longer. She has already blamed Russia, fake news, misogyny and a other factors.

Now she’s blaming voter suppression… in Wisconsin!

The Daily Caller reports:

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Hillary Clinton Has A New Excuse For Why She Lost

Hillary Clinton’s list of excuses for why she lost the election keeps getting longer.

The former secretary of state has offered up a litany of scapegoats not named Hillary Clinton for her loss. She has already blamed her loss on “misogyny,” former FBI Director James Comey and WikiLeaks. Her aides have blamed “white supremacy” and the media. Now, Clinton is adding to the list.

Clinton blamed alleged voter suppression for her loss during an interview with New York magazine published on Friday. Clinton, citing no evidence to support her claims, said that the alleged voter suppression was especially bad in Wisconsin, where low turnout hurt her campaign.

Left unmentioned, however, is the fact that Clinton virtually ignored Wisconsin during the general election. Clinton didn’t set foot in Wisconsin once during her general election campaign, and ran almost no campaign ads until shortly before the election.

Clinton claimed that “what I was doing was working. I would have won had I not been subjected to the unprecedented attacks by Comey and the Russians, aided and abetted by the suppression of the vote, particularly in Wisconsin.”

No one forced Hillary to skip campaigning in Wisconsin. She did that to herself.

Using this as an excuse is just sad.

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