Hillary Now Also Blaming Facebook, Twitter and Google for Her Loss

Despite the FACT that Facebook, Google and Twitter are ALL run by liberal Democrats who were for Hillary Clinton, she is STILL blaming them for “not doing enough” to stop Russia.
Good grief. Is it their fault also that she didn’t bother to visit Wisconsin?
What a pathetic sore loser Hillary is! 
Speaking in the heart of Silicon Valley on Friday, Hillary Clinton accused Facebook, Twitter and Google of enabling Russian agents in a plot to throw the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.
She called for the United States to take a hard line on Russian aggression, predicting that the Kremlin would continue its attempts to influence elections as soon as next year — when dozens of congressional seats will be contested.
“Their weapon of choice is not tanks or missiles, but let’s not mince words: This is a new kind of Cold War — and it is just getting started,” the former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee told about 500 students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
She specifically called out Facebook, Twitter and Google for failing to do more to prevent Russia from influencing the election.
Facebook is “the largest news platform in the world, and with that awesome responsibility they must accept accountability,” she said. Later, she added, “it’s time for Twitter to stop dragging its heels and live up to fact that its platform is being used as a tool for cyberwarfare.”
The three tech companies could not immediately be reached for comment. But in recent weeks, leaders of the companies have acknowledged that Russian actors used their platforms to spread fake news and divisive messages.
In order for the U.S. to defend itself, Clinton said, the Trump administration should adopt a “new doctrine” that “a cyberattack on our vital infrastructure will be treated as an act of war.”
Clinton didn’t claim that Russian influence alone led to her 2016 loss to Trump, calling the election “something of a perfect storm.” But citing new reporting this week that Russian-linked ads on Facebook targeted Michigan and Wisconsin — two of the three decisive states won by Trump — Clinton argued that the Russian effort had a huge impact on the race and was “more sophisticated” than previously believed.
Earlier in the day, Clinton made a less somber appearance in San Francisco for a book-signing event. Several hundred die-hard Clinton fans started lining up outside Books Inc. bookstore at 5 a.m., seven hours before the she was scheduled to arrive.
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