Hillary’s STILL Dwelling Over Humiliating Loss Against Donald Trump

They say time heals all wounds but it is starting to look like Hillary is not going to get over this loss. Trump is six months shy of halfway through his first term as President and Hillary Clinton is still complaining.

During a speech that she gave at Yale University, she took a jab at Trump.

“Hillary Clinton reached behind the lectern, pulled out a traditional Russian ushanka hat, and held it aloft.

“I mean, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.” she said as the audience laughed and applauded.”

But her tone was not jovial the whole time as she continued to crack on Trump.

We are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy.” She said referring to Trump’s Presidency.

“There are leaders in our country blatantly incite people..Waging a war on the rule of law and a free press, de-legitimizing elections, perpetrating shameless corruption, and rejecting the idea that our leaders should be public servants undermines our national unity.”

At least she is honest about I guess as she eventually addressed it directly.

“No, I’m not over it. I still think about the 2016 election. I still regret the mistakes I made. I still think, though, that understanding what happened in such a weird and wild election in American history will help us defend our democracy in the future.”

Watch The Speech Below.

She also decided to throw her two cents in when it came to gun violence, especially in the light of the recent Texas shooting. She claimed that “We are failing our students,” and “enough is enough,” as she went on about the supposed need for gun control.

Aside from the flaws in her speech, she did bring up an interesting point as she encouraged students to see thing from other people’s perspectives and believed that politics have become too polarized.

“The truth is our country is more polarized than ever. We have sorted ourselves into opposing camps and that divides how we see the world. The data backs this up. There are more liberals and conservatives than there used to be and fewer centrists.

Our Political parties are more ideologically and geographically consistent, which means there are fewer northern Republicans and fewer southern democrats and the divides on race and religions are starker than ever before. And as the middle shrank partisan animosity grew.”

She may have been alluding to Trump, but we do have an issue as Politicians are so against each other that it is hard to get anything done. I know some may say good as it will prevent legislation, but it prevents bills that need to be passed too.