Hillary Clinton: Republicans Are ‘Extreme,’ Not ’Living in Reality’
Clinton claims Americans do not want to be governed by GOP
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has claimed that the average American does not want to be governed by Republicans “who live in a totally different reality.”
During an interview on Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Clinton said:
“I always thought the best politics is doing the best job you can do, and there are a lot that Democrats can talk about in the upcoming midterms.”
"I’m aware that midterms are always difficult for the party in power, but we’ve got to start there and do a better job of telling it,” Clinton said.
"For those who say it hasn’t gone far enough, that’s always the chorus in Democratic party politics,” she added.
“But I would add that in Republican party politics, you have an even greater disconnect."
"Unfortunately, most of that party has now gone to the extreme and are saying and doing things that have no basis in reality,” she continued.
"So we’ve got a good case to make if we get our focus in the right place.
"There is a lot of good accomplishments to be putting up on the board, and the Democrats in office and out need to be doing a better job of making the case.
"Frankly, standing up to the other side with their craziness and their calls for impunity and nuttiness that we hear coming from them,” she said.
"I don’t think the average American, frankly, wants to be governed by people who live in a totally different reality.”
Last week, Clinton was fined by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) for lying about funding the anti-Trump Steele Dossier that triggered the Russia collusion hoax.
As Neon Nettle reported:
Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) have been hit with fines for violating federal law.
They are accused of lying in reports about the funding of the debunked “dossier,” a newly issued memo showed.
The Coolidge-Reagan Foundation first filed a complaint with the elections commission in 2018.
Over the weekend, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton accused the Republican Party of being the party of “white supremacists.”
Last year, Clinton agreed that the Republican Party had been taken over by “kooks and lunatics.”
Clinton claimed a rise in Democratic Party affiliation at the time was because they are “in the business of solutions.”