Hillary Clinton tries to compare Trump and Biden — but notice what she doesn’t say about Biden

Hillary Clinton is lecturing voters again.

Clinton spoke with “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon on Monday and scolded voters upset about the upcoming rematch between President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump.

“Get over yourself! Those are your two choices,” Clinton preached.

The twice-failed presidential candidate then justified his position by comparing Biden to Trump.

Clinton said Biden is “old and capable and compassionate and has a heart and really cares about people.”

“And one is elderly and has been charged with 91 felonies,” she continued, referring to Trump.

But look at what Clinton did did not say — because that’s more important than what she said: Clinton didn’t persuade undecided voters to support Biden based on her record. That comes through.

Perhaps the reason why Clinton did not try to persuade voters to support Biden based on his record as president is because polls consistently show that a majority of voters do not view Biden’s record favorably. Probably because it’s shown. In fact, they believe the country is heading in the wrong direction and they believe Biden and his policies are to blame.

For example, a recent Fox News poll found that Biden’s greatest accomplishment was “nothing.”

Later in the interview, Clinton fear-mongered about the “survival” nature of the 2024 election, suggesting that President Trump threatens our nation’s survival.

she said:

I don’t understand why this is such a difficult choice. Really. I do not understand. But we have to get through the election. And I hope people understand what’s at stake. Because it’s a matter of survival. In other words, what kind of country will we become? What kind of democracy are we trying to achieve? And those who blow it off are not the same as Trump, his enablers, his empowerers, his allies, who are not telling us what they want to do, so pay attention. Is not … So they’re pretty clear about what kind of country they want.

It’s the same existentialist rhetoric we hear from politicians every four years. And yet, American democracy always triumphs.

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