Hillary Clinton Melts Down Over Trump, Says POTUS’ “Clear and Present Danger to Our Freedoms”

Speaking with April Ryan in an Instagram live video Hillary Clinton disgraced herself and her legacy with an unhinged attack on Trump.

“And yes, the Russians helped them last time; the Russians are helping them now. You’ve covered the White House. You know that the White House has said ‘don’t brief the Congress,” she said.

“Don’t even tell them in classified settings what the Russians are doing this time. So anybody who believes that, Yeah, you know, maybe we’re being mean to Donald Trump because he’s different; he’s bombastic; he’s this; he’s that.”

“No. He is a clear and present danger to our freedoms, our liberties, our unity, and we’ve got to defeat him,” she added.

“Are we going to allow a leader who wants to stoke fear and divisiveness to force our identity into smaller and smaller pieces or are we going to say, We are all Americans and we bring to this country of ours our various experiences and backgrounds,” Hillary added.

“That’s what’s made us unique in the history of the world. We’re not going to sacrifice that for somebody’s political ambitions or someone’s personal gratification.”

Hillary finally let Bill Clinton speak and he piled on Trump too in typical Clinton doublespeak.

“It’s very important to keep in mind that underneath all of these big questions you’re asking are just Donald Trump’s proven ability to manipulate the psyche of the people he’s trying to scare the hell out of.”

“I mean, this is a person who says okay I can’t win on my own but people will believe whatever I tell ’em as long as it’s bad. I’ll say I’m great and they’re terrible and you should be scared.”

Bill, of course, is speaking out of both sides of his mouth because what he is describing is politics. It is a dirty business he knows all too well and campaigns always have two messages – the positive one about their candidate and the negatives that scare people away from the opponent.

Hillary added one final note of disgrace:

“I don’t want to sound simplistic, but we’re not going to be able to have a conversation with these people right now.”

“That’s why we have to win. We have to win. By winning we just reject not just Donald Trump, but what he stands for and what he has been responsible for.”