The New York Times recently interviewed former President Jimmy Carter and he said that Russia didn’t affect the outcome of the election.
He also dropped a couple of big items about his fellow Democrats Hillary and Obama.
Joseph Curl of the Daily Wire has the details:
2. We didn’t vote for Hillary.
Carter and his wife, Roselyn, disagreed on the Russia question. In the interview, she “looked over archly [and said] ‘They obviously did'” purloin the election.
“Rosie and I have a difference of opinion on that,” Carter said.
Rosalynn then said, “The drip-drip-drip about Hillary.”
Which prompted Carter to note that during the primary, they didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton. “We voted for Sanders.”
3. Obama fell far short of his promises.
Barack Obama whooshed into office on pledges of delivering “hope and change” to the country, spilt by partisan politics.
He didn’t. In fact, he made it worse.
“He made some very wonderful statements, in my opinion, when he first got in office, and then he reneged on that,” he said about Obama’s action on the Middle East.
That’s got to sting Hillary and Obama, big time. You know they both love Jimmy Carter. For him to make these remarks to a liberal paper like the Times is pretty major.