Clinton is furious that Comey, when the FBI director, publicly unveiled the reopening of the secret email server investigation just before election day – and he has said that time and again.
The entire organization of Comey does not escape its wrath.
& # 39; The FBI was not the Federal Office of Ifs of Innuendoes. It was his job to find out the facts & # 39 ;, she writes in What Happened.
& # 39; I have no doubt that Putin wanted me to lose and that Trump wanted to win, & # 39; she said USA today in September last year while promoting What Happened.
It was hardly a new theme. Already in December it New York Times obtained audio in which she told her donors: & # 39; Putin publicly blamed me for the outpouring of indignation by his own people, and that is the direct line between what he said then and what he did in this election. & # 39 ;
The entire device from Putin receives a name check. In May she told the Codecon convention how & # 39; 1,000 Russian agents & # 39; Facebook had filled with & # 39; fake news & # 39 ;.
She said NPR & # 39; my way to November was disrupted by Russians & # 39 ;.
The & # 39; transparency website & # 39; is consistently at the top, along with Comey by Clinton, at the top of her list of reproaches.
She told NPR : & # 39; Unfortunately, the Comey letter, largely helped by the Russian WikiLeaks, has raised all those doubts again. & # 39;
And she writes about her founder Julian Assange in What Happened: & In my opinion, Assange is a hypocrite who deserves to be held responsible for his actions. & # 39;
VOTES WITH LOW INFORMATION
& # 39; You put yourself in the position of a low information voter, and suddenly your Facebook feed, your Twitter account says, "Oh my god, Hillary Clinton has a child trafficking in Washington with John Podesta." 39; she told the Codecon congress in May.
& # 39; Well, you don't believe it, but this has been such an incredible election, you're going a bit, & # 39; Oh maybe I should take a better look at that. & # 39;
THE ELECTRIC COLLEGE
& # 39; We have a problem with the electoral college. It's an anachronism, & she said to Vox.
& # 39; I think it is important that we learn the real lessons of this last campaign, because the forces we are against are not only interested in influencing our elections and our politics, they are for our economy and they are going for for our unit as a nation & # 39 ;, she told Codecon in May.
& # 39; It is difficult for people to really accept – although there is more understanding now after the elections – that there are forces in our country – putting the Russians aside – who have been fighting for as long as I have been fighting – actions fight alive because my life coincided with the Civil Rights movement, with the women's rights movement, with anti-war protests, with the deposition.
EVERYONE WHO TAKE THEM WOULD WIN
& # 39; I was the victim of a very broad assumption that I was going to win & # 39 ;, she told the Codecon convention.
BAD POLLING NUMBERS
Clinton says polls in important states have not served her.
& # 39; I think polling should undergo some revisions in how they actually measure people, & # 39; she told the Codecon convention.
& # 39; How they reach people. The best reviews at the moment are that the poll wasn't that inaccurate, but it was mainly a national poll and I won nationally. & # 39;
Clinton has two steaks with Obama: one is that he has won two conditions. Clinton says that following an established operator is almost impossible for a democrat.
& # 39; No established democrat had succeeded in following another two-term one since Vice-President Martin Van Buren won in 1836 & # 39 ;, she writes in What Happened.
But she also says that his reaction to the Russian interference campaign was not enough.
& # 39; I sometimes wonder what would have happened if President Obama had made a television speech to the nation in the fall of 2016 to warn that our democracy was being attacked & # 39 ;, she writes in What Happened.
& # 39; I think absent Comey, I may have collected 1 or 2 points from white women, & # 39; she said Vox said in September.
& # 39; White woman … are really pretty politically dependent on their views on their own safety and their own position in society that works for them and doesn't work. & # 39;
& # 39; What happened during my election was that I was on my way to win white women until former FBI director Jim Comey dropped that very badly advised letter on October 28 and my numbers just dropped & # 39 ;, said she in March 2018. speech in India.
& # 39; Suddenly white women who went to vote for me and honestly heard the men in their lives and the men at work: & # 39; She's going to jail, you don't want to vote for her. It becomes terrible, you cannot vote for it. & # 39; It stopped my momentum and it reduced my voice enough. Because I was ahead and winning and I thought I had fought my way back. & # 39;
NEW YORK TIMES
The newspaper was already blamed in May at the Codecon conference in Rancho Palos Verde, California.
She chose editor-in-chief Dean Baquet, the newspaper's oldest editor, and said about the coverage of her email problem under his leadership: & # 39; They treated it as if it were Pearl Harbor. & # 39;
Biden could have run against her and didn't. But Clinton writes: & # 39; Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 & # 39; didn't talk about what it always stood for – and that was how to sustain a growing middle class. & # 39;
& # 39; I find this quite remarkable, given that Joe himself campaigned for me throughout the Midwest and talked a lot about the middle class. & # 39;
& # 39; His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unite progressives in the general election and pave the way for the & # 39; Crooked Hillary & # 39; campaign by Trump, & # 39; she writes in What Happened.
& # 39; I don't know if it bothered Bernie or not. & # 39;
& # 39; Some of his supporters, the so-called Bernie Bros, started harassing my supporters online. It became ugly and more than a little sexist, "she writes in What Happened.
PEOPLE WANTING CHANGE
& # 39; I thought people would say at the end of the day, look, we want change, and we want the right kind of change, and we want change that is realistic and will make a difference in my life and the life of my family and my salary, & # 39; she said to Vox.
& # 39; I offered that. And I didn't want to do anything about this, not just a radical political argument on the other side, but a very negative cultural argument about who we are as Americans. & # 39;
At the request of Christine Amanpour of CNN at the Women for Women International event in New York in May, she said that if women's hatred was guilty, she said: & # 39; Yes, I think it played a role. & # 39;
& # 39; If you have a presidential campaign and the total number of minutes on TV news, that is still how most people get their information, which includes all our policies, climate change, something else was 32 minutes, I give the voters not to blame, & # 39; she told The View.
& # 39; They don't get a broad base of information to make a decision about. The more shameful you are, the more inflammatory you are, the higher the ratings. & # 39;
Hillary doesn't do Netflix and chilling – or if she does, she doesn't find it very relaxing.
& # 39; Eight of the top 10 political documentaries on Netflix were screeds against President Obama and me & # 39 ;, she claimed at the Codecon convention.
& # 39; If you look at Facebook, the vast majority of news items posted were fake. They were connected to as we now know the 1,000 Russian agents involved in delivering those messages, "she told Codecon.
Clinton is usually mentioned in the same breath and is seen by Clinton as one of the reasons for her loss.
She told the Codecon convention in May that Trump had a method in his tweets.
& # 39; They want to influence your reality. That's what I'm against and we can't leave that unanswered, & she said.
CONTENT FARMS IN MACEDONIA
& # 39; Via content farms, through a huge investment in lies, fake news, you name it whatever you want – lies, that's a good word – the other side used content that was downright false & # 39 ;, she told the Codecon- convention in May.
& # 39; They transmitted this armed information and its contents, and they ran, you know, there are all these stories, you know, and you know I have seen them now, and you sit there and it looks like that you know a type of CNN operation at a low level, or a fake newspaper. & # 39;
& # 39; You did justice to Citizens United. & # 39; she told Codecon in May.
& # 39; So inexplicable money flowing against me, against other Democrats, in a way that we had not seen and then attached to this armed information war.
& # 39; American journalists eagerly and uncritically repeating what WikiLeaks presented during the campaign could learn from the responsible way the French press handled the Macron hack & # 39 ;, she writes in What Happened.
Now President Macron had hacked and released a huge tranche of his emails shortly before the French voted. Many outlets did not report on their content.
STEVE BANNON AND BREITBART
& # 39; They gave the untrue stories, & # 39; she told the Codecon convention in May.
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
& # 39; I have set up my campaign and we have our own data operation. I get the nomination. So I am now a candidate for the Democratic Party. I do not inherit anything from the Democratic Party, & Clinton told the Codecon convention in May.
& # 39; I mean, it was bankrupt. It was on the verge of insolvency. The data was medium to poor, non-existent, wrong. I had to inject money into it. & # 39;
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
The Republicans were much better prepared for a campaign than the Democrats they claimed, when it came to money and data, against the Codecon convention: & # 39; So Trump becomes the nominee and he basically gets this proven, effective, effective basic. & # 39;
The data targeting company ultimately owned by Robert Mercer, the billionaire Breitbart backer and his family, allegedly had targeted voters to scare them away from Clinton.
& # 39; They finally added something and I think we can understand that better. The Mercers did not invest all that money for their own entertainment, "she told the Codecon convention.
The massive demonstrations in Washington and other cities in the aftermath of the elections were organized as an immediate response to Clinton's shock defeat.
But that didn't stop Clinton from writing in What Happened: & # 39; I couldn't help but asked where those feelings of solidarity, indignation, and passion had been during the election. & # 39;
The NBC Today shows the anchor of both candidates interviewed on a & # 39; commander-in-chief forum & # 39; aboard Intrepid in New York.
But Clinton – who was the first to go into the back-to-back interviews, complained about Lauer concentrating on her secret server and whether it raised questions about her reliability.
& # 39; Lauer had turned a serious discussion into a pointless ambush. What a waste of time & # 39 ;, she writes in What Happened. She later rejoiced in his resignation for sexual misconduct and said in December: "Every day I believe more in karma."
& # 39; White voters have fled the Democratic Party since Lyndon Johnson predicted they would, & # 39; she said to Vox.
DEMOCRATIC DOCUMENTARY MAKERS
& # 39; We are not making the documentaries that we are going to get on Netflix & # 39 ;, she told Codecon.
She was asked by the interviewer: & Is this because Hollywood is not liberal enough? & # 39;
& # 39; No, it's because democrats don't put their money there, & # 39; she answered.
The attacks on the US diplomatic compound in the Libyan city of Benghazi on 11 September 2012 occurred when Clinton was Secretary of State. It claimed four American lives, and was the focus of intensive research by Congress.
Clinton told the Today show: “Take the Benghazi tragedy – you know, I have one of the best Republicans, Kevin McCarthy, admitting we're going to take that tragedy — because, you know, we unfortunately lost people back to the Reagan administration, if you are talking about recent times, in case of diplomatic attacks.
& # 39; But boy, it had become a political football. And it was aimed at undermining my credibility, my reputation, my achievements. & # 39;
The suppression of her voters was mentioned by Clinton as one of the main factors in her defeat in her interview in the Today show when she rattled her laundry list. & # 39; What was at work here & & # 39; she said.
& # 39; In addition to the mistakes I made in the book, what about endemic sexism and misogyny, not just in politics but in our society, what about the unprecedented action of the FBI director, what about the interference of an opponent nation, what about the oppression of the voter? & # 39;
It was a return to a theme – she suggested it was a problem in Wisconsin in an interview with in May New York magazine.
& # 39; I would have won if I had not been exposed to the unprecedented attacks of Comey and the Russians, helped and supported by the suppression of the vote, especially in Wisconsin, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Republicans have learned that if you suppress votes, you win. & # 39;
The Senate majority leader is accused of stopping the Obama administration from revealing what Clinton says the Russians were planning, and helped bring the balance against her for not wanting a third consecutive Democratic term in the White House.
Mitch Mitch McConnell, in what I consider to be a not only patriotic but despicable act of party politics, made it clear that if the Obama administration spoke publicly about what they knew (about Russia), he would accuse them of party politics, of trying to tip the balance towards me, & she said said the New Yorker.
THE HIGH COURT
Clinton claims that the Supreme Court diluted the Voting Rights Act during the Codecon Convention.
& # 39; You had effective voice suppression, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I was in the senate when we voted 98-0 under a Republican president, George W Bush, to extend the Voting Rights Act and the Supreme Court says & # 39; oh we don't need it anymore & # 39 ;, it throws it away and Republican governors and legislators started doing everything they could to suppress the votes. & # 39;
Clinton seems to refer to second 4 (b) of the law that is considered unconstitutional by the court in 2013, because it relied on outdated data, which meant that it was not in line with the 15th amendment.
FATHERS, HUSBAND, FRIENDS AND MALE JOBS
Clinton says that James Comey's actions in reopening the FBI investigation allowed men to influence their wives or girlfriends.
& # 39; Women will not have empathy for you because they are under enormous pressure – and I am mainly talking about white women – they will be under enormous pressure from fathers and husbands, boyfriends and male employers, not to vote for & # 39; the girl & # 39;, & # 39; she said to NPR.
THE INVISIBLE STATE
Named by her confidant Lanny Davis as the reason she lost reading his book while Hillary nodded approvingly.
The claim that members of the Democratic Party, and in particular the Clinton campaign, ran a pedophile child trafficking from the basement of a pizzeria in Washington DC, popped up for the first time before the 2016 elections. She told an address for a women-only club in New York in April 2018: & # 39;It spread like wildfire. You look and that and think that is ridiculous. But you have no idea how many people will believe things that are presented as news. & # 39;
& # 39; MANY FUNNY THINGS & # 39;
Clinton said in September 2019 that & # 39; many funny things &, including Russian interference, helped Trump win.
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