Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton snuck a jab at the media in a tweet Sunday while congratulating Emmanuel Macron for being elected as France’s next president.
Clinton tweeted, “Victory for Macron, for France, the EU, & the world. Defeat to those interfering w/democracy. (But the media says I can’t talk about that).”
The former Secretary of State was seemingly referring to alleged Russian hacking into Macron’s campaign just days before the election.
On Friday, Macron’s campaign admitted that it had been hit with a “massive” computer hack that leaked campaign emails and documents to the public.
For her remarks about the media, Clinton was likely referring to the flak she received last week, after she said she took full responsibility for her defeat to Donald Trump but went on to blame Wikileaks, Russia and FBI director James Comey for her upset loss.
Clinton told the audience at a Women for Women luncheon last week that she would have been president if the election was held the day before Comey sent his letter to Congress informing them that he is reopening the investigation into her emails.
The Gateway Pundit reports:
Hillary Clinton just can’t help herself. She’s desperate to stay relevant after being a 2-time loser (3 times if you include the recount). Hillary has recently surfaced claiming she’s ‘part of the resistance to fight Trump’ and still blames the Russians and Comey for her crushing loss in the 2016 election.
Shortly after it was announced that Macron won the French election in a landslide, Hillary took to her Twitter account to celebrate his victory and of course talk about herself by making a reference to the hackers who revealed Macron’s private information online just before the election. She also attacked the media as if they haven’t carried the water for her for decades.