When at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
Then, try again and again and again and again and again and again and you get the point.
For the third consecutive election cycle where a democrat is not the incumbent in office, Hillary Clinton will be campaigning to receive the title of Commander in Chief.
On Sunday, the Wall Street Journal speculated that the twice failed presidential candidate will try to unseat Donald Trump and take his seat in the oval office. For those on the left, a HRC bid might be the least efficient manner of getting a Democrat back in the White House.
The 2016 Presidential election was one where on both sides of the aisle, ballots were cast with more in regards to disliking a candidate compared to liking one. Politics aside, there was a lot not to like about both major candidates.
One made politically incorrect statement after politically incorrect statement, often insulting entire groups of people. That candidate was still able to win. Not due to people agreeing with his word choice, but rather the other candidate seeming so untrustworthy and difficult to connect with.
Hillary Clinton running again is a recipe for disaster. Again. While she was able to capture the popular vote, she was unable to win over voters in important, high stakes swing states like Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan. Blue-collared areas of these states identified with Trump’s message almost as much as they resented her.
They found her to be unconnectable. Her lack of campaigning in certain up-for-grab areas certainly did not help her case, but a lot of people saw her as untrustworthy. Without the deleted email situation, her body language and condesention would be a turn-off for a lot of Americans. There’s a reason beyond people liking the other candidates that she was unable to win in her previous runs.
“Let’s look at her body of work,” said WBOB host Scott Rotondo. “She entered the 2008 race as the prohibitive favorite only to get beaten by Senator Obama who was not nearly as well known. 8 years later she is again the prohibitive favorite and runs such a weak campaign that she needs help to beat an 80 year old socialist.”
“In the general election that year, she goes up against the enormously unpopular Donald Trump, and manages to lose that election as well” Scott continued to say. “She simply is not a good politician. Reminiscent of a college classmate who got straight As is class but ended up working at Taco Bell because he couldn’t interview well.”
It’s no secret that the left side of America is unsatisfied with Trump. The way his campaign was run in 2016, he had no business winning. Hillary Clinton’s lack of electability ultimately was a major factor in Trump’s victory.
Hillary running once again is a recipe for four more years of the incumbent.
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