Sore Loser Hillary Blames Russia for Her Loss in Stanford University Speech



It will soon be a year since Hillary Clinton’s epic landslide defeat and yet she is not one bit closer to accepting the fact she lost fair and square.
Speaking to a group of Stanford students, Hillary pointed the finger at Russia…..again.
From SFGate
Sounding alternately angry and rueful, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned a crowd at Stanford University on Friday night about the growing danger to democracy posed by cyberattacks on the country’s political system.
Clinton painted her loss to Republican Donald Trump in November’s presidential election as the opening volley in what she called a new level of political warfare.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his intelligence services jumped into the 2016 presidential race “in a brazen assault … to throw an election to their preferred candidate,” she said.
But the Russian interference, which has also been seen in recent European elections, was about far more than just her own campaign, Clinton added.
“The Russians are working to turn Americans against each other,” she said. “They want to fan the flames of division and weaken us.”
Clinton was in the Bay Area as part of the tour for her new book on the 2016 campaign, “What Happened.” She stopped at Stanford to celebrate the university’s new Global Digital Policy Incubator, which addresses not only digital technology, but also digital security, digital rights and government standards for the Internet.
An enthusiastic audience of more than 500 people, most of them students, jammed into Cemex Auditorium to hear Clinton give a 25-minute speech and then spend almost another hour in an onstage conversation with Eileen Donahoe, executive director of the new incubator.
“There’s a part of me that wishes you couldn’t be here for this,” Donahoe said as she greeted the two-time presidential candidate.
“Me too,” Clinton shot back.
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