Hillary Blames Women for Crushing Defeat

"These people were looking for absolution that I just couldn’t give.”

In her new book What Happened, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton places the blame for her political demise squarely where she believes it belongs: on other people.

According to Breitbart, the wife of two-time POTUS Bill plants particular responsibility for her crushing loss on the shoulders of American women.

Rather than taking the view that radical female leftists comprise too small a number to have propelled her to victory, Hillary seems to assume that the mass of like-minded Marxist mothers and daughters just didn’t make it to the voting booths.

Responding to January’s Women’s March in Washington, DC, she writes that she “couldn’t help but ask where those feelings of solidarity, outrage, and passion had been during the election.”

Hillary -- who, according to the London Telegraph, could have won if not for a mere 114,000 votes -- has taken the 25 or so regretful sisters in socialism she's spoken to post-election to be proof of a sleeping giant of female pro-Hillary revolutionaries who opted to stay home in November. In her memoir, she posits herself as a pantsuited priestess presiding over the confessions of that massive congregation’s electoral sins, and she isn’t accepting their repentance.

“Since November, more than two dozen women — of all ages, but mostly in their twenties — had approached me…to apologize for not voting or not doing more to help my campaign...I responded with forced smiles and tight nods...These people were looking for absolution that I just couldn’t give.”

Clinton recounts a particular situation at a restaurant where she encountered a young girl who didn't cast her vote for the defeated Democrat:  “I wanted to stare right in her eyes and say, ‘You didn’t vote? How could you not vote?! You abdicated your responsibility as a citizen at the worst possible time.”

No word yet on whether Hillary appreciates those who didn’t abdicate their responsibility, the majority of whom—for some inexplicable reason—voted for her to lose.