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Has anyone else noticed the trend among Democrat presidential candidates  to be completely deluded? They all pretend to be completely rational beings until they lose, and then they act as if there is some conspiracy that kept them from their ‘rightful’ place. It’s insane.

Recently, NBC’s Chuck Todd noticed the trend after Hillary Clinton was caught whining about her loss again.

Of Clinton, Todd said “She is now the third straight losing Democratic nominee for president to not believe they truly lost. She doesn’t believe she lost fair and square. John Kerry to this day does not believe he lost fair and square in ’04. And we know Al Gore doesn’t believe he lost fair and square. Just something interesting there.”

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus agreed before adding “But the other two didn’t talk about it as much. Just saying.”

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Mateus Kadesh

A right-leaning libertarian who hopes and prays that the American people remember what made our nation great.


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