This honestly came as a bit of a surprise for me…
Normally, Hillary Clinton is an intractable clinger—the woman failed at 2 separate Presidential runs and I was honestly thinking she was going to take that number to 4 or 5—she just couldn’t let go.
That seems to have changed with her most recent announcement to the public…
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton announced that she will definitely not be running in 2024—in fact, she won’t be running for President ever again!
Apparently, Christmas has come early this year, but let’s hope she keeps her word…
On a related note, why has this power-hungry politician announced that she is throwing in the towel for good? This woman epitomizes the swamp and those people never stop chasing power.
My theory? Her health is waning; she’s on the decline…
Here’s what we currently know:
EXCLUSIVE: @HillaryClinton tells @NorahODonnell she does not plan to run for president again, but did vow to do everything she can to ensure a future president “respects our democracy.” Adding if Trump runs again that Republicans should “grow a backbone.” pic.twitter.com/GMwJ6qMF5Y
— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) September 6, 2022
With the increasing prospect of neither Trump nor Biden running in 2024, some have begun to think the worst… that Hillary Clinton could return to run in the resulting vacuum. However, the two time loser has thankfully confirmed that will not happen.https://t.co/g3mszygNOS
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) September 7, 2022
The Epoch Times dissected Hillary’s statements:
Clinton suggested in the interview with CBS that she would not run if Trump decided to run for president in 2024 and said he “should be soundly defeated.”
Former Democratic presidential nominee @HillaryClinton said she will not run for president again. The former secretary of state told CBS she believes if former President Trump runs again, “He should be soundly defeated.”
— NewsNation (@NewsNation) September 7, 2022
Do you believe Hillary Clinton doesn't want to run for president again?
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 7, 2022
Conservative Brief continued with this claim by Clinton:
“You know, I was the secretary of state. I spent, you know, many days on airplanes, flying from place to place, encouraging people to have a real democracy.
And one of the hallmarks of a real democracy is the peaceful transfer of power,” she said.
“Was I happy when I beat Donald Trump by nearly 3 million votes but lost the Electoral College?
No, I was not happy. Did I ever for a nanosecond think, ‘I’m gonna claim victory and try to get the Democrats to refuse to certify the election?’ No.”