It's almost become sad. Time is what - "at this point" - has made the difference between Hillary Clinton being considered the most noteworthy female American politician of our time and a stand-up comic - no disrespect to actual stand-up comedians. Don't worry. She's not that good.
Clinton gave an address at Yale College on Class Day - a less formal type of graduation/awards ceremony - and tried to yuck it up in order to maintain some kind of cool points among the Ivy League school's graduates and Leftist elite. Clinton donned a Russian hat, gave a bunch of one-liners and even said that she's not over her 2016 presidential election loss to President Donald Trump.
"If you can’t beat them, join them,” Clinton told the adoring audience. “I see looking out at you that you are following the tradition of over-the-top hats. So I brought a hat, too. A Russian hat."
Isn't that adorable? She fed a narrative that has yet to bear any fruit. "Hillary-ous."
"No, I’m not over it,” Clinton said later. “I still think about the 2016 election, I still regret the mistakes I made."
Oh, you mean like ignoring the middle of the country during your campaign? Or maybe calling half the country a "basket of deplorables?" No, wait. I got it. Maybe it was her time as secretary of state. Are those the mistakes Clinton is talking about?
Whatever the case, Clinton has become a Democratic punchline in the world of politics. The funny part is that Clinton's version of self-depricating humor more often blames others for her shortcomings and failures. If she would only invest in a mirror, her assertions might produce substantive answers.
Keep it up, Hillary. You're doing the worst public relations patch-up job in the history of post-election nominees.