is quickly establishing herself as a legitimate challenge to Donald Trump for her total inability to move past November’s presidential election. Neither can seem to let it go.
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton decided to share yet another reason why she lost to the reality-TV star. And, per usual, it had nothing to do with her. During an interview during Recode’s Code Conference in California, the former Democratic nominee claimed she takes full “responsibility” for every decision she makes. But, she added, “That’s not why I lost.”
There it is.
Evidently, only divine intervention could have stopped her perfect campaign from resulting in anything short of the White House. And after blaming such myriad issues as the media, James Comey, the Russians, her supporters’ naive assumptions that she would win the race and Donald Trump himself, Clinton decided to go ahead and throw the Democratic National Convention’s apparent lack of data onto the festering pile.
According to Clinton:
I set up my campaign and we have our own data operation. I get the nomination. So I’m now the nominee from the Democratic Party. I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party. I mean, it was bankrupt.
Not everybody agrees with her, however. Upon hearing Clinton’s remarks, DNC’s former director of data science, Andrew Therriault—and several other current and former DNC staffers—started hitting back with a furious vengeance. Many of their tweets had to be deleted, but the internet never forgets. Here are a few responses to Clinton’s allegations. Suffice it to say, they are not happy.