We can only imagine the internal downward spiral Hillary Clinton is experiencing right now. Not only was she bested in 2008 by an unknown, inexperienced community organizer named Barack Obama, she's now being bested by (as Van Jones described him) a "79,000-year-old, muppet-looking socialist."
After decades of planning and conniving for "her time" in the Oval Office to arrive, Clinton lost the New Hampshire primary to Sen. Bernie Sanders. And Hillary's bitterness over the loss, and more likely over her abysmal polling numbers, is now beginning to show. In her concession speech Tuesday night, the presidential hopeful spoke of her problem appealing to young voters and of how "angry" people in the country are:
“I don’t know what we’d have done tonight if we’d actually won. This is pretty exciting,” Clinton said to her crowd of supporters shortly after 9 PM Eastern Time, flanked onstage by husband Bill and daughter Chelsea, who did not speak. “I just want to say, I still love New Hampshire and I always will.”
“People are angry. But there’s also hungry. They’re hungry for solutions. What are we going to do?,” Clinton said.
“I know I have some work to do, especially with young people,” Clinton said. “Even if they are not supporting me right now, I am supporting them…It’s not whether you get knocked down that matters, it’s whether you get back up.”
Breitbart characterized the remainder of Clinton's speech as "angry" and "ranting." In what seemed a desperate, last-ditch appeal to South Carolina's black voters, Clinton then launched into how African-American parents need to worry about their children being harassed and "shot." She also invoked immigrant families who lay in wait for that "knock on the door" by ICE.
Clinton lost to her Democrat rival by no small margin either. Worse still, a new CNN poll reveals that Sanders is beating Clinton 87 to 9 percent among the 18-to-34-year-old female demographic. Those numbers are simply staggering and spell almost-certain doom for the lady who thought herself a shoo-in for the presidency.