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The Clinton Factor: New York Times Study Suggests That It Was Not Voter Turnout That Determined Election

JONATHAN TURLEY

Hillary_Clinton_Testimony_to_House_Select_Committee_on_BenghaziHillary Clinton has been speaking publicly about her electoral defeat and offering a long list of reasons for the loss except one: Hillary Clinton herself.  A new study by the New York Times however concludes that there was not a failure of Democratic turnout, as often suggested by Clinton supporters spinning the election.  Rather, voters simply rejected Clinton herself.  While Clinton has offered the perfunctory statement that she takes responsibility for the loss, she has been blaming everyone else except herself from the Russians to the FBI Director to self-hating women.  Yesterday, she sat through an interview with Christaine Amanpour at the Women for Women event in New York and proclaimed that, if it weren’t for FBI Director James Comey’s letter to Congress, and “[i]f the election had been on October 27, I would be your president.” Update: President Donald Trump has fired back at Clinton saying that he…

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One Comment on “The Clinton Factor: New York Times Study Suggests That It Was Not Voter Turnout That Determined Election”

  1. jimnjoy says:

    God puts the kings on the thrones, for His intents and purposes. Daniel 2:21.
    God has shown mercy to us all by granting us a little more time before all Hell breaks loose.
    I capitalized “Hell” because it’s an actual place where many will be living in the future if they don’t repent and place their trust in God Almighty/Jesus Christ.


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