She’s at it again…Hillary Clinton is in New Zealand and had a chance to appear and speak AGAIN about the 2016 election.This is embarrassing and a shameful way for a former Secretary of State to play the victim card over and over…

Hillary Clinton lavishes praise on New Zealand while making America the butt of her joke, which drew laughter from the foreign audience. Clinton joked she “really did appreciate the offers” to “permanently relocate” to New Zealand. Clinton spoke in Auckland, New Zealand on 5/7/18 at an event by the Growth Faculty.


“The forces at work in the 2016 election in the United States are still with us and not only in my country but around the world. It was a perfect storm: deep currents of anger and resentment flowing through our culture. Our political press that told voters my emails were the most important story. The unprecedented intervention in our election by the FBI director. The information warfare waged from within the Kremlin.”

“We’re having a very important struggle in the United States right now,” she said, according to the Herald. “It’s difficult to fully grasp because there are 20 stories and people are getting overwhelmed by the strange goings on we are living through.”

She claims she liked to read mystery novels after she lost because the “bad guy” always get it in the end…the crowd laughed and clapped.


Clinton claims people like her when she’s serving under someone. They don’t like it when she wants to lead. “Being a woman in politics can be frustrating.”

She continues her speech by going into the false claims that the Russians decided our election…

Hillary was also interviewed by a local reporter and was asked about President Trump standing behind her during a debate. Her answer tells us so much about her mindset right now:

She lies and is still a nasty woman who calls a sitting president a “creep” and “creepy”. She’s one bitter woman!

Hillary claimed she won all three debates with Trump…LIE! She also calls President Trump a creep and says it was creepy when he stood behind her during a debate. The truth is that he was standing behind a lectern about 4 feet away from her.





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