Democratic donors call for Clinton campaign post-mortemOf course it has nothing to do with the absolute corruption, crimes and incompetence of the Democrat candidate.
The wealthy Democrats who helped pump over $1 billion into Hillary Clinton’s losing effort want answers.
It has nothing to do with the vilification of half the nation as the "Deplorables".
It has nothing to do with the DNC corruption revealed by Wikileaks.
It has nothing to do with the corruption of the MSM which were front line warriors for Hillary rather than committing any actual journalism.
It has nothing to do with the calculated and paid violence of Hillary's hired terrorist "protesters".
It has nothing to do with the Othering of whites as racist-privileged-oppressor Class demons.
No. All those things are just noise, to be ignored.
It has to do with the presumption of Leftist control of history and how they lost it.
And the future for the Left is bleak and hopeless:
Michelle Obama says America is entering a time of hopelessnessDon't forget that Michelle was a crooked Chicago politico slumlord (along with Jarrett) before ascending to the White House. She was and is, wealthy and without any possible remorse for the bloody destruction blazing world-wide, left in the wake of Barack's 8 years as the first affirmative action president.
We are feeling what not having hope feels like,” Obama told Winfrey in response to a question about whether President Obama had achieved the “hope and change” he promised while campaigning in 2008. As she often did while campaigning for Hillary Clinton, she didn’t mention President-elect Donald Trump by name. But she alluded to the contrast many in the country are feeling since he won the election last month. “We feel the difference now,” she said, noting that her husband had succeeded in keeping his campaign promise of fostering hope. “Hope is necessary. It’s a necessary concept,” she elaborated. “And Barack didn’t just talk about hope because he thought it was a nice slogan to get votes. He and I and so many believed that … what else do you have if you don’t have hope? What do you give your kids if you can’t give them hope?”
Those are philosophical questions that the nation will no doubt begin to grapple with in earnest over the coming months. And they’re not the first contemplative remarks the first lady, who has earned a special place in Americans’ hearts, has made recently. Last week, she reportedly left White House staffers in tears after a heartfelt thank you speech at a holiday party. And in an interview that appears in the December issue of Vogue, she expressed mixed feelings about leaving the White House, ultimately concluding, “I’m going to miss waking up to this, having access to this anytime I want. But on the flip side … it’s time.”