It is said that true strength is shown in how you dust yourself off after setbacks and keep going. Take a deep breath, pick yourself up and start fighting again.
Over the weekend the stark difference between heartfelt conviction vs. victimhood played out beautifully.
In Miami, Milo staged his wild comeback. Veteran political consultant, Roger Stone, Republican advisor to Nixon was among 200 guests at the party, which also featured dancers, an ice sculpture and a gigantic snake. Of course, it was the opposite of apologetic.
He arrived late, announced he’s raised $12 million for new ventures, is starting Milo News and plans to sue Simon & Schuster for $10 million for canning his scheduled book.
On his fall from grace he told reporters, “I wouldn’t say I had a slump, I would say it was more of a hiccup… I said something I didn’t mean and I apologised for it. But America wants someone who is contrite who says something they didn’t mean and apologises for it and comes back fighting. America has obviously embraced me and I think with far more resources than I’ve ever had before I will be able to fight the forces of political correctness and language policing and it’s going to be a very powerful thing.”
His strength of character pulses fiercely from three little words: come back fighting.
Meanwhile, during her opening statement on Saturday’s Fox News, Judge Jeanine Pirro called out Hillary Clinton for playing the “poor me” card and continuing to make excuses for losing the election.
“Hillary, snap out of it,” she ranted. “I’m tired of going through this with you. You’re a two-time loser who lost because you were a lousy candidate, you didn’t have a message, you lied every time you opened your mouth; you didn’t know what states to campaign in, you put our national security at risk with your amateur email setup, you were in a foundation that was nothing more than an organized criminal enterprise parading as a charity… We’ve had it with you Clintons claiming victimhood… You’re a loser, Hillary. Face it. Face it, and get back in the woods!”
Wounded Clinton is sticking clutching to her laborious script, yet again, claiming she would have won if it weren’t for misogyny.
Does she really still believe this herself?
Have there been no reflections whatsoever?
No personal responsibility she’d like to shoulder at all?
Instead, she’s publishing another book. A memoir, which she says is, “my confession and my request for absolution.”
What a ‘poor me’ page-turner that will be. Cover to cover jam-packed with pages dripping in victimhood.
Hills, we know who you are, we know why you didn’t win, go back to the woods and stop trying to convince us you have anything useful to add to the debate from here.
As for the memoir, why not simply call it “Misogyny: A Memoir”?
You lost on November 8. Today is May 8. Six months. Move on. Throw a party, hire a snake…
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