Many people have concluded that Hillary Clinton already lost her mental sharpness years ago. But any lingering doubts about whether Hillary has crossed the point of no return by now were eliminated after the release of her bizarre, narcissistic book What Happened.
The fact that Hillary did not succeed in capturing the presidency in her second attempt was clearly a breaking point for Hillary, from which she has not recovered. While promoting her book, Hillary made some very odd pronouncements about what life would have been like for both her and for Americans if she had actually won.
In an interview with New York’s WNYC, the ever-humble Hillary went so far as to say that Americans would have considered her a “genius” if she had won the election. This came as response to the interviewer asking Clinton if American voters’ overfamiliarity with her through her husband could have “hurt” her chances.
Replied the former Secretary of State, “Well, I thought it was pretty revolutionary that I was the first woman to have a realistic chance of becoming president. So I don’t know how any woman who is not familiar to people, since we have so many hurdles to overcome, could have even been in that position that I found myself.”
Hillary then went on to state, “So if I won, you know, I would have been seen as a genius, my campaign would have been as perfect. I understand all of that.” Do you think Hillary is delusuional about what the American people think of her? Watch below: