Pat Sajak, the longtime host of “Wheel of Fortune,” has joined the hordes of Americans mocking failed Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton over the release of her pathetic “woe is me” book by dropping a tweet blaming the cancellation of his talk show in 1990 on everybody but himself.
“I now realize it was Bernie Sanders & Russian hackers who were responsible for the 1990 cancellation of my talk show,” Sajak tweeted Tuesday, the same day that Clinton’s book, “What Happened,” was released.
I now realize it was Bernie Sanders & Russian hackers who were responsible for the 1990 cancellation of my talk show.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) September 12, 2017
CBS canceled “The Pat Sajak Show” after one season because of low ratings, The New York Times reported at the time. Sajak clearly failed to pique the public’s attention, and his sarcastic tweet Tuesday demonstrated that he realizes this.
The same cannot be said of Clinton. Judging from excerpts that have been released so far, her 512-page book reads like the diary of a teen so traumatized over failing the 10th grade that he blames everybody for it but himself — his parents, his teachers, his friends, etc.
Likewise, Clinton spends her entire book laying blame for her loss to Donald Trump on everybody from Russian hackers and Macedonian content farmers to her Democrat primary opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
She even accuses Sanders of being only interested in disrupting the Democrat Party, and of having maligned her character (I wasn’t aware she had any …).
“Because we agreed on so much, Bernie couldn’t make an argument against me in this area on policy, so he had to resort to innuendo and impugning my character,” she wrote. “His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump’s ‘Crooked Hillary’ campaign. I don’t know if that bothered Bernie or not.”
— MiamiGator (@GeoffMiami) September 5, 2017
What actually paved the way for Trump’s “Crooked Hillary” slogan was Clinton’s history of crooked behavior, from using a private email address on a personal server to transmit classified intelligence to lying about what happened before, during and after the terror attack five years ago on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
And what led to her loss was the public’s reaction to both her history of corruption and the fact that “she was a terrible candidate with no message, no vision for the American people,” as noted by Sean Hannity in an op-ed for Fox News.
That was true during the campaign, and judging by her pitiful attitude, it’s still true today. SAD.
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