She’s tanned, rested, ready and has already written a victory speech: Hillary in 2024.
Only 22 percent of Americans wants 79-year-old Joe Biden to run for re-election. That figure rises to 37 percent for Democrats.
Vice president Kamala Harris gets the nod from 12 percent of Americans and 16 percent of Democrats.
Other names hardly register. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is supported by four percent of Americans. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams and Rep. Joe Kennedy clock in at three percent.
The former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State remains in a state of shock that she lost the 2016 race, which the New York Times gave her an 85 percent shot of winning.
Clinton may be warming up to run, in the event Biden throws in the towel.
On Dec. 10, Clinton for the first time read her 2016 victory speech to a MasterClass that she is giving on the power of resilience.
“My fellow Americans today you have sent a message to the whole world. We will not be defined only by our differences, we will not be an us versus them country. The American dream is big enough for everyone.”
That’s what Hillary planned to say on election night 2016. Her message resonates much louder today than it did five years ago.
Wake up, Fox Nation. Those phony fire and brimstone talking heads consider you a bunch of suckers.
Frantic text messages sent to president Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows by Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Brian Kilmeade during the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill uprising makes that perfectly clear.
Hannity texted Meadows that Trump should make a statement and ask people to leave the Capitol.
Two-faced Sean had a very different pitch to his viewers on the evening of Jan. 6, telling them that “antifa and other radical groups caused the trouble” that injured members of the Capitol Hill police and sullied the image of American democracy.
After Congresswoman Liz Cheney, vice chair of the special House committee probing the Jan. 6 riot, outed the Fox trio, Hannity confirmed sending his message to Meadows.
He then tried to turn the tables on Cheney, claiming that she had invaded his privacy.
“She doesn’t seem to care,” whined Hannity on Dec. 14. “She’s interested in one thing and one thing only: smearing Trump and purging him from the party.”
Poor, pitiful Sean. Cheney doesn’t give a fig about your privacy. She's more interested in preserving the Constitution.
Cheney wants to know whether Trump through action or inaction tried to obstruct Congress from its official duty of certifying the electoral vote.
The Wyoming Republican said on Dec. 14: “The mob that attacked this chamber was summoned to Washington by president Trump. And as many of those involved have admitted on videotape, in social media, and in Federal District Court, they were provoked to violence by president Trump’s false claims that the election was stolen.
“As the violence unfolded that afternoon, nearly one year ago, it was evident to all, not only to those of us who were in the chamber at that time. It was covered in real time by almost every news channel.
“But for 187 minutes, President Trump refused to act. He refused to act when action by our president was required, it was essential, and it was compelled by his oath to our Constitution.”
Trump finally did respond telling the insurrectionists that they are "very special" and that he loves them.
“These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly & unfairly treated for so long. Go home with love & in peace. Remember this day forever!”
Cheney towers over Hannity when it comes to speaking the truth.