Hillary Trashes Voters
Hillary Clinton attacked Republicans for their unwavering support of former President Donald Trump despite his legal challenges, which involve indictments in New York and Miami. Trump has pleaded not guilty to both charges.
In transcript provided by Newsmax, Hillary Clinton stated, “Their efforts to defend this man are truly beyond anything that I ever thought possible in our country. It is so profoundly disturbing that this could have been the break. This could have been the opportunity to say, ‘you know, thank you so much for everything you’ve done for us, we really appreciate it. But this is kind of serious and we’re not going to continue to defend you.'”
“But, no, they’re all in again. The psychology of this is so hard for me to fully grasp,” Hillary raged.
Trump and Republicans have expressed concerns about what they perceive as a biased justice system, alleging a double standard where the law appears to only target President Trump. They point to the case of Hillary Clinton, who was cleared of any wrongdoing in relation to her use of a private email address and server to handle classified information while serving as Secretary of State during the Obama administration.
Additionally, there were allegations that Clinton’s lawyers and staff utilized a computer software program called BleachBit to delete emails from the server’s hard drives.
Clinton went on to say, “I do think it’s odd, let’s just say, to the point of being absurd, how that is their only response. They refuse to read the indictment, they refuse to engage with the facts, there’s nothing new about that, and what they refuse to admit is this is on a track about him, not about anybody else, no matter how much else they try to confuse people, and how much they try to raise extraneous issues.'”
“And it’s going to be fascinating, I guess, in a bizarre and sad way, to watch them spin themselves up,” she added.
In response to being informed about the Department of Justice’s indictment of Donald Trump on 37 counts related to his handling of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, Hillary Clinton sarcastically exclaimed, “You’re kidding?”
“I have various reactions to it,” she remarked. “In terms of a public response, I believe the best approach is to observe how the situation unfolds and wait to see the outcome.”