After Hillary Clinton’s humiliating defeat, many liberals have been playing the blame game, and of course person they refuse to blame themselves.
First it was misogyny and racism that gave Trump his victory. Lets not mention the fact that Trump got double the share of the Black vote than John McCain, and double what Romney did. Trump also did receive the majority of the white female vote!
After many protests, burned storefronts, and destroyed police cars, the finger pointing turned towards Russia. The CIA announced, without any evidence, that Russia had interfered in our election by hacking the DNC. Evidence actually suggested that there was an attempted hack on the RNC too…. but Republicans just had security measures in place to prevent it. Nonetheless, the FBI had come to the exact opposite conclusion as the FBI, and given how they let Hillary off the hook numerous times, I doubt they’re lying.
Hillary Clinton once asked in an attempt to bash Donald Trump “who loses $1 billion dollars in a year?” referring to a year Trump suffered a massive loss in the 1990s. Well, the answer to that question is “Hillary Clinton” given that she wasted $1.2 billion on her failed Presidential campaign. As you may have guessed, Democrat donors are pissed that the Democrat establishment appears to have learned nothing from their loss. According to TruthFeed:
Democrats are on the brink of losing many donors and not just because they lost.
But because they won’t fess up to WHY they lost.
Much like the American people, these donors are not idiots – they know the loss was not due to fake news or Russian hackers.
They want the real reason.
From Politico: The call for a deep and detailed accounting of how Clinton lost a race that she and her donors were absolutely certain she’d win didn’t begin immediately after the election — there was too much shock over her defeat by Donald Trump, and overwhelming grief. Her initial conference call with top backers, which came just days after the outcome, focused primarily on FBI Director Jim Comey’s late campaign-season intervention.
“A lot of the bundlers and donors still are in shock and disbelief by what happened. They’re looking for some introspection and analysis about what really happened, what worked and what didn’t,” said Ken Martin, chairman of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and a top campaign bundler himself. “It may take some time to do that, but people are still just scratching their heads.” Or, in the words of a Midwestern fundraiser who’s kept in touch with fellow donors, “A lot of people are saying, ‘I’m not putting another fucking dime in until someone tells me what just happened.’”