by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Jim Teacher writes at PJMedia.com about the impact of negative public attitudes linked to former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Norm Macdonald, in addition to being the best Weekend Update anchor ever, is also a keen student of human nature. Last year he summed up the results of the 2016 presidential election with this koan-like observation: “People hated Hillary Clinton so much that they voted for someone they hated more than Hillary Clinton in order to rub it in.” I really think that sums up our current moment. A lot of people, myself included, underestimated just how tired of Hillary everyone was. After a quarter-century of listening to that awful old criminal’s angry, scolding voice, America finally said enough was enough. We still can’t seem to get rid of her, and even if she had retired from public life by now, they’d probably keep bringing her up on Fox News. But at least we don’t have to do what she says. Her only qualifications for public office were her genitals and the fact that she didn’t divorce Bill Clinton, no matter how many times he cheated on her, and it wasn’t enough. Her decades of lies and duplicity and power-hungry striving brought her just short of the finish line. That’s a continuing source of relief, even for a cuck RINO #NeverTrump traitor like me.