Hillary Clinton is at it again.


By Peter LaBarbera/WND News Service. Used with permission.

OPINION: This article may contain commentary which reflects the author’s opinion.


In a sit-down interview Sunday with former Biden spokeswoman Jen Psaki, the former First Lady warned that Russia’s Vladimir Putin could again try to influence the U.S. election in 2024, and tied Putin to “a kind of creeping fascism, almost, of people [in the U.S.] who are really ready to turn over their thinking, their votes, to wannabe dictators.”


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The “dictator” reference was an apparent shot at Donald Trump, as Clinton disdainfully referenced Russian-election-interference “deniers” in agreeing with MSNBC host Psaki that Democrats need to start talking about Kremlin subversion of America’s next presidential election.

One conservative Republican, “Proud Elephant,” responded on X: “She’s really STILL pushing this lie?!”

The following exchange is excerpted from the interview:

Psaki: “Vladimir Putin … has intervened in our election in the past, as you experienced firsthand. It’s not something we talk about a lot. Do you fear that that is something that could be happening for 2024, and do you think we should be talking about it more?

Clinton: “Well, I think we should be talking about it more because I don’t think – despite all the deniers – there’s any doubt he [Putin] interfered in our election, or that he has interfered in many ways in the internal affairs in other countries. … So that is his opus .. – his opus operandi [sic], in the sense that he hates democracy, he particularly hates the West, and he especially hates us….”

Clinton went on to say that Putin is good at “damaging and dividing us internally,” in part because he “has a lot of apologists and enablers in our own country.” She described Putin’s despotic behavior, including his “barbaric invasion of Ukraine,” and said, “Part of the reason he worked so hard against me is because he didn’t think that he wanted me in the White House.”

Clinton drew a not-so-subtle comparison between Putin’s authoritarianism and Trump and his MAGA supporters, saying that Putin’s brand of brutal tyranny “is part of the alternative we have to reject in this [America’s upcoming] election.”

“We have to reject authoritarianism. We have to reject a kind of creeping fascism, almost, of people who are really ready to turn over their thinking, their votes, to wannabe dictators. And we can’t allow that to proceed.”

“And I fear that the Russians have proved themselves quite adept at interfering, and if he [Putin] has a chance, he’ll do it again,” she said.

Ironically, in another part of the MSNBC interview (see video below), Clinton accuses Trump of engaging in “what psychologists call projection” – precisely what so many on the Right have said she practices with her wild yet false charges against Trump, e.g., that he was effectively a Russian stooge.

In other words, Clinton, in the eyes of her critics, has engaged in projection by charging Trump with projecting.

Regarding the GOP’s impeachment inquiry against Biden, Clinton said, “There’s no there, there. In fact, it seems they know there’s no there, there. And sadly, the Speaker of the House is too weak to stand up against … the most rabid bloc of his members, who don’t care what the truth or the facts are. They just want to … grandstand and cause President Biden problems.”


Disclaimer: This article may contain commentary which reflects the author’s opinion.