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Hillary Clinton Tries To Blame Trump For Joe Biden’s Debacle In Kabul: “A very lengthy head start to be able to intimidate, and coerce, and extort, and threaten”

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Failed Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton opened her mouth on MSNBC and caused a few scandals. Hillary at one point insulted the American voter before she actually tried to blame Trump for Joe Biden’s debacle in Kabul. 

Hillary said: “I don’t know why anybody would be surprised, you know when Trump agreed to the document that his own national security advisor H.R. McMasters called a surrender document, a surrender agreement between the Taliban and the United States, the writing was on the wall.

Clinton then said Trump gave the Taliban “a very lengthy head start to be able to intimidate, and coerce, and extort, and threaten, and kill those out in the country who would stand against them.”

“I think the pace of the fall of the government might have been a little faster than people anticipated, but the outcome was not in doubt,” Clinton said.

Hillary also insulted the American voter last week saying:

“You know, democracy is messy. You know, a lot of people got, oh I think, kind of frustrated looking at the messy process of legislation. 

“And they didn’t really appreciate that, within a year, the Biden administration has passed two major pieces of legislation through both the House and the Senate.

“By any measure those are extraordinary accomplishments.

“But because of the way we are getting our information today, and because of the lack of gatekeepers and people who have a historic perspective who can help us understand what we are seeing, there is a real vulnerability in the electorate to the kind of demagoguery and disinformation that, unfortunately, the other side is really good at exploiting,” she said with a straight face.

She continued:

“Well, we certainly need new rules for the information age, because our current laws, our framework, it is just not adequate for what we are facing.

“I want to mention one other thing that is on the horizon, that people are only beginning to pay attention to.

“And that’s the need to regulate the cryptocurrency markets. Because imagine the combination of social media, the algorithms that drive social media, with the amassing of even larger sums of money through the control of certain cryptocurrency chains. 

“We are looking at not only states, such as China, or Russia, or others manipulating technology, of all kinds, to their advantage. We are looking at non-state actors, either in concert with states, or on their own, these destabilizing countries, destabilizing the dollar as the reserve currency.

“There are so many big questions that the Biden administration must address, I just don’t think we have much time and therefore, I hope, from everything I’me hearing from them, that’s exactly what they’re going to try do,” she said.