Top Obama Official SHATTERS HILLARY CLINTON’S Dreams With Shocking Admission… THIS ONE HURTS BAD

I don’t think it’s possible for the media to have helped Hillary Clinton during her campaign any more than they had. Even CNN’s Chris Cuomo admitted on air that those in the media couldn’t have done any more to help Hillary than they had.

Not only that, she was running against Donald Trump, a man who nobody believed could’ve won the election. It was hers to win – and she ended up with a crushing defeat, not only for her, but for the entire Democrat establishment.

Republicans now control the government at all levels (Presidency, House, and Senate), including other areas such as the majority of state legislatures and governorships. The Democrat Party is going south, and Hillary is partially to blame.

As World News Politics reported:

Van Jones, former Obama Green jobs czar, went on CNN’s Sunday show “State of the Union,” and dropped a bombshell about Hillary, “The Clinton days are over.”

He continued, not only destroying Hillary’s future but her past, her legacy, “This idea that we’re going to be this moderate party that’s going to move in this direction, that’s going to throw blacks under the bus for criminal justice reform —for prison expansion, that’s going to throw workers under the bus for NAFTA, those days are over. You can’t run and hide.”

All the above democratic debacles Van Jones is speaking of were directed by Hillary and Bill Clinton. Who sold out the American worker for cheap thrills and cheaper cash from Wall Street.

“You’ve got to be an authentic person from the beginning. You’re going to be judged based on your authentic commitment to the actual base of this party and if you don’t do that, you can’t win.”

You know what they say – even a broken clock is right twice a day. Admittedly, Jones was only right once today….

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