In the ongoing meltdown in which liberals, Democrats and Kool-Aid drinking Hillary cultists continue to deflect the blame there is yet one more person to scapegoat for Mrs. Clinton’s devastating loss. Taking a break from their sobbing about the yet unproven “Russian” assistance to Donald Trump, some of Hillary’s intimates have turned on Huma Abedin.

The longtime indispensable aide to Hillary saw her shining star forever tarnished over the appalling conduct of her sex pervert husband Anthony Weiner. It was Weiner whose shared laptop containing hundreds of thousands of Hillary related emails was the subject of Kremlin Agent FBI Director James Comey’s game-changing letter that the feds hadn’t closed the case on those damned emails,  who proved to be the black swan in the late stages of the campaign.

Hillary never recovered from Comey’s letter and the ensuing redirection of the Democrats’ attack from Donald Trump to the FBI and it’s leader deprived the Clinton campaign of a crucial week that could have been better spent on Trump’s pussy-grabbing and alleged racism. While the laptop was only in the hands of the feds was purely Weiner’s fault for his one sex scandal too many, it was Huma who got the blame from the Hillemmings – being shamed to the point where she even left the campaign trail for several days in the stretch run.

Now the knives are out for Huma.

According to the Vanity Fair article “Huma vs. the “Night Stalkers”:

Maybe I’m just pissed off, but I really don’t give a shit about what happens to Huma to be honest with you,” one close adviser to Hillary Clinton told me recently. He was irked, in particular, at Abedin’s seemingly superfluous breach of decorum during a post-election event. On the day after Hillary Clinton’s stunning loss to Donald Trump, this person said, Abedin appeared within the rope line while Clinton greeted her morose and woebegone supporters. “You’re staff, O.K.?” this adviser continued. “Staff is staff. You’re not a principal.” (A spokesperson for the Clinton campaign notes that Abedin was seated alongside the rest of the campaign’s senior leadership team that morning. Abedin declined an interview request.)


But amid Clinton’s stunning post-election hangover, some inside the inner circle wonder if Abedin became overwhelmed by the attention, and shut too many people out. “She was enjoying the red carpet and enjoying the photo spreads much too much in my opinion,” one Clinton insider told me. “She enjoyed being a celebrity too much.” The close Clinton adviser elaborated that Abedin and the other tight-knit circle of people may have suffocated Clinton, preventing the campaign from taking in outside counsel. “The real anger is toward Hillary’s inner circle,” the Clinton insider told me. “They reinforced all the bad habits.” For instance, the suggestion had been made that Clinton should show her gregarious side, by, for instance, appearing more often on The View.

Never mind that the emails are only an issue because the arrogant and corrupt psychopath in the Chairman Mao line of pantsuits chose to circumvent established security protocol and set up a homebrew server in the basement at the Clinton family compound. The emails would have never been an issue had this not occurred and America wouldn’t currently be steeped in rewarmed Cold War era hysteria and a renewed taste for blacklists, witch hunts and tribunals all as an excuse for why Hillary lost. Then again, if it weren’t for the emails and subsequent federal investigation the authoritarian left and their media lackeys would likely be gloating over Hillary’s historic win.

Huma didn’t become infatuated with the trappings of access and privilege overnight and as Hillary’s intimate (or as some have alleged, her lover) assistant she has enjoyed the lifestyle of the elite for years. While Ms. Abedin’s past leaves open many questions as to her true loyalties and intentions she was protected until it came time for the sore losers to start rounding up the scapegoats instead of putting the blame for the Clinton dumpster fire where it belongs – with Hillary herself.

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