Hillary slammed Trump last night for refusing to accept the outcome of the election and the media piled on with her. We know it’s rigged and Trump knows it’s rigged. However, in Hillary’s true hypocritical fashion, she was on the ‘rigged’ bandwagon not too long ago when Al Gore ran for president.
HotAir reports, “How about just last week as Clinton appeared with Al Gore in Miami, FL.”
“While Gore tried to stress the importance of voting he referenced his loss to George W. Bush in 2000. As the crowd begins chanting “YOU WON! YOU WON!” Watch Mrs. Clinton smile and nod in agreement.”
Oh, and let’s not forget Hillary in 2002…
From PR News Wire: At a private fund-raiser in Los Angeles for Democratic Sen. Jean Carnahan of Missouri, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton told the crowd that President Bush merely had been “selected” president, not elected.”
The report went on to say, “Though she and her husband had raised more money than any other Democratic political team this year, Clinton said, Bush’s machine has raised far more “to try to ruin the reputations of our candidates or, if they can’t, to depress the turnout” by making campaigns unpalatably nasty. “But, you know, you have got to hand it to them,” Clinton said with what sounded like a rueful appreciation. “These people are ruthless and they are relentless.””
Oh, and John Kerry…let’s not forget about him…
Daily Caller Reports, “A profile of Secretary of State John Kerry published Sunday in The New Yorker reveals that, 11 years after his election loss to George W. Bush in 2004, Kerry still believes he was robbed via systematic fraud.”
“The article itself, written by David Remnick, focuses mostly on Kerry’s efforts to achieve peace and democracy in the Middle East, but it also dwells extensively on his presidential defeat more than a decade ago.”
“In 2004, when Kerry lost the Presidential race to George W. Bush, who is widely considered the worst President of the modern era, he refused to challenge the results, despite his suspicion that in certain states, particularly Ohio, where the Electoral College count hinged, proxies for Bush had rigged many voting machines,” Remnick writes.
And more Al Gore, of course…
Grabien reports, Al Gore, speaking from the White House the week after having lost the general election, explains why he refused to concede the race:
“The effort that I have underway is simply to make sure that all of the votes are counted, and when the issues that are now being considered in the Florida Supreme Court are decided, that will be an important point. But I don’t want to speculate what the court will do.”[…]
“I am very troubled by a lot of the stories that have been reported,” about blacks being discouraged from voting, Gore said. “Whenever you have allegations of those kind, that is a matter the entire country ought to take seriously.”
Clearly, Donald Trump isn’t the only one who