Bernie Sanders not impressed with former campaign rival Hillary Clinton during Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

There are many things to disagree with Senator Bernie Sanders about, but frustration with Hillary Clinton is not one of them. On Friday night Colbert asked the former presidential-hopeful what he thought about the blame Clinton had tossed his way for “destroying America” in her book, What Happened?

Sanders, as it turns out, had quite a bit to say:

“Actually, the progressive movement today and grassroots activism is stronger than it has been in many, many years. As a result of our campaign, millions of young people began to vote for the first time, became engaged in the political process. We’re seeing young people all over this country, working class people running for office from school board to congress.”

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“But I understand. Look, Secretary Clinton ran against the most unpopular candidate in the history of this country and she lost. She was upset about it and I understand that. But our job now really is not to go backwards, it is to go forwards. It’s to kind of create the nation that we know that we can become. We have enormous problems facing us and I think it’s a little bit silly to keep talking about 2016.”

Even the socialists and Democrats are getting sick of Hillary whining about how it’s everyone else’s fault she lost. Maybe one day they’ll start to remember that long and awkward pause shortly after Trump’s victory when Clinton refused to appear because she was presumably busy having a tantrum.

It’s a long shot, but maybe if Democrats can come to terms with the reality that their candidate was an awful, miserable witch they might start to accept there was no need for Russian hacking in the election. Hillary had a mass of e-mails she didn’t want anyone to find because they were unflattering. Americans found them anyway and it bit her in the ass.

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The Late Show

  • Plato

    Yeah, the most “unpopular candidate” in history somehow won the presidential election. Bernie’s a complete dolt.

    • JR

      What cracks me up is when Dems claim that Hillary was a terrible candidate. But for years leading up to the election, the same people claimed that she was the best and most qualified candidate in history

      • Susan

        They were talking nicely to stay in one piece. With her connections, any political aspirations could vanish in a puff of smoke is she wanted it to happen.

      • ranterator

        Wonder how much money was used to create that lie….

        • Rebecca Dahl ???????? ✓ᴰᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ

          And not just campaign and Clinton Cash. How about the cable carriage fees propping up the usual suspects? Not also that the “free” networks are propped up by those fees and other distribution enterprises to finance the Commierat Pravda. It’s called “diversification” and it’s off the FEC books.

  • Dante Alighieri ????

    She is dead weight. Cast her off.

  • Rusty Esq

    Everyone I talked to pointed to her being out of touch. Her gamble on identity politics was embraced by the media and overwhelmingly condemned by the general population. This situation has deteriorated since the election.

    The few feminists I do engage with because of work all turned on Hillary. The day after Trump won, they were all in a good mood. They were optimistic because Trump won (and, yes, I specifically asked them, assuming they’d be complaining about the patriarchy yet again). It really surprised me.

    There are 2 lessons. (1) the media, collectively, have never been more out of touch with society (Trump win, Brexit, etc), (2) Hillary backed identity politics and lost, most probably because of (1).

  • Joe Shmoe

    “Blameless Berta” — let us be frank, most of us have worked for one in our professional careers. This one in particular just so happened to make of herself at the national and global stage. Hillary is the archetype of folks who get their workout by throwing others under the bus day in, day out.
    And down in flames she went 😀 Lovely

  • Mr Lizard

    Did the bitch ever actually concede?

    I look forward to shitting on her grave

    • ranterator

      Nope, her election manager just came out on stage and told everyone to go home…

    • Joe Shmoe

      Bring snacks. You’ll be in line for a while

  • bookish1

    Apparently, it takes a village to raise Hillary’s self-esteem.

  • ytuque

    Hillary is like your friend who passes gas. It’s amusing at first; then, it’s irritating; and finally, it’s disgusting and you never want to see the loser again.

  • ActivistAngel

    Is everyone forgetting that Podesta is a spirit cooker? Clinton foundation trafficked children? Blackmailed pedophile elites are trying to take over completely? Saville? Hastert? The Finders? Franklin Scandal? Recent bust in Norway with 150 terabytes of child rape snuff films?

  • A V_8000

    Hillary laughs about the rape of a young girl.