December 3, 2023

Hillary Clinton Thinks Trump Exhibits Psychological Phenomenon Called 'Projection'

Hillary Clinton isn't a doctor...

But she's giving her diagnosis anyway.

Like usual, America's most famous presidential loser is out there flapping her gums again, and this time she's doing the same type of thing that led to her losing back in 2016:

Insulting Donald Trump and his voters.

We're not talking about pointing out facts or figures, we're talking about how Clinton is literally just calling Trump and his supporters names.

The tactic completely backfired on her back in 2016 when she called Trump and his supporters "deplorables," and now it could be happening again.

This time, Clinton is saying that Donald Trump is engaging "in what psychologists call projection."

Making the statement even less credible was the fact that Clinton was on MSNBC chatting with former White House press secretary Jen Psaki when she said it.

"You know, the thing about Trump, and I'm not the only person who's noticed this, is he engaged in what psychologists call projection. Whenever he denies thinking about doing something or doing it, it's almost guaranteed he is thinking about it or he's already done it. I don't believe him on anything, why would I start believing him on that?" she opined.

Clinton has also attacked Trump lately by claiming that for him to win the presidency in 2024 could be "the end of our country as we know it."

Here's a reminder of the time that she compared Donald Trump to Adolph Hitler, the man who constructed concentration camps to execute millions of Jews while trying to take over the world.

Clinton has a record of attacking Trump in the past, and she's returning to the old playbook.

She claims she's smart enough to learn from the past, saying she's learned not to trust Trump. So why isn't she smart enough to figure out that childish name-calling only causes Trump voters to support him more?

Shouldn't she have learned her lesson as the big loser back in 2016?

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