Maddow and Hillary Slammed For Stolen Election Hypocrisy

After their Monday night interview on her MSNBC show, host propagandist Rachel Maddow and her guest, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton were hammered for scolding “bad actors” that falsely claim “every election is stolen” during.

“That the system of democracy at its heart is the idea that the people get to decide how we are governed. And if we no longer believe that our will is effectuated through the system, if bad actors tell us falsely that every election is stolen and that the only way an election is trustworthy is if they come out on top of it, it tells you something not just about that person or that moment, it maybe wounds us as a democracy and in a way that’s hard to repair,” Maddow said.

“What do you think about how we get better after the wounds that have been inflicted on us through this process?” the host asked Hillary.

“Well, I think the truth matters. I think having these cases be brought and be brought in such professional manners, we’ll see how they unfold. Obviously, the trials, if there are trials, are gonna be critically important,” said the corrupt, lawbreaking former 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.

“Can y’all hear yourselves tho?” podcast host Mary Katharine Ham posted in reaction to a clip of the exchange on social media.

The Babylon Bee’s Seth Dillion said it was “kind of awkward” to tell Clinton “to her face that she’s a bad actor who wounded our democracy.”

Others dinged Clinton for “zero self-awareness” for repeatedly claiming the 2016 election was stolen from her and calling Donald Trump an “illegitimate president.”

Democrats are nothing if not world-class hypocrites.

Rachel Maddow

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One of the most frequently recurring themes of Maddow’s commentary is the notion that Republicans and conservatives are prone to racism, and that Republican political leaders commonly seek to exploit racial fears and prejudices among their voting base. In July 2007, for instance, Maddow wrote an AlterNet blog titled “Republicans Celebrate Their Whiteness,” portraying the Republican Party as an entity steeped in racial exclusivity and elitism. Asserting that Republican candidates were “not on the right side” of any major political or social issue, Maddow posed the question, “What DO the [R]epublicans have going for them?” She then provided the answer: “[W]ell, they’re WHITE guys.”

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