Here’s the Hillary Clinton we all know and lo– … make that, know.
Remember last week when Clinton lost her bid for the White House and she was forced to take the public stage and admit to a defeat she:
a) never saw coming
b) wouldn’t have, in a million years, expected
c) couldn’t predict no matter how hard she tried?
Well, Clinton didn’t even take the stage as soon as she should have, opting instead to address her supporters long after learning of her loss. When she did give her concession and thank you speech, though, she delivered what many in the mainstream, and even right-leaning, media considered to be one of her best public addresses, both in terms of diplomatic content and graciousness of tone. She even called on her Democratic camp to support Donald Trump, a seeming most elegant reach-out across party lines.
Was it all a ruse, though? Because, perhaps there is proof.
From Breitbart: “‘Sources have told The American Spectator that on Tuesday night, after Hillary realized she had lost, she went into a rage,’ R. Emmett Tyrrell reports. ‘Secret Service officers told at least one source that she began yelling, screaming obscenities and pounding furniture. She picked up objects and threw them at attendants and staff. She was in an uncontrollable rage.'”
Explosive report. And there’s more.
Tyrell wrote that the reason John Podesta took the stage in place of Clinton in the early hours of the campaign loss was to buy time for the former Secretary of State’s aides to calm her.
More from Breitbart: “‘Her aides could not allow her to come out in public,’ he writes. ‘It would take her hours to calm down. So Podesta went out and gave his aimless speech. I wish we could report on Bill’s whereabouts but we cannot.'”