Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” that former President Donald Trump supporters feared “civil rights and human rights, the cultural changes.” Clinton said, “I do think that we are facing a crisis of democracy, a crisis of legitimacy, a crisis that really goes to the heart of what the future of our country and many others around the world will be. So I spend my time trying to figure out what we can do about it. I am not ever going to give up because there’s just too much at stake.” She continued, “I think that the role of disinformation, the way that propaganda has been really weaponized, and the increasing ability to manipulate people through algorithms and other forms of artificial intelligence will only make this harder to combat. so I don’t want to be pessimistic about it because I think this is a worthy and necessary battle.”
Clinton added, “We have to hold people accountable for their actions, particularly when those actions threaten our way of life, our rule of law, our future as a democracy. So I am determined to continue to speak out.
It is important to note the context of who is speaking these words: Hillary Clinton. The 2016 presidential election loser who “undermined democracy” by refusing to accept the election results had also hatched a Russia collusion plot to ensnare her opponent. This is an act of treason that was recently exposed in alarming fashion with Special Counsel John Durham’s recent indictment of Steele dossier subsource Igor Danchenko.