Hillary Clinton just proved she is a legend in her own mind and is being mocked for it

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Hillary Clinton is either blaming her woes on a vast right-wing conspiracy or Russian infiltration, and the common theme is that is not her fault.

According to the former Secretary of State and failed presidential candidate, she never takes the blame for being an unlikable person who denigrates everyone who disagrees with her.

Hillary continues to be a legend in her own mind and is being mocked for it.

Democrat voters said “No thanks” to Hillary Rodham Clinton when they rejected her Presidential run in 2008, opting instead to nominate Barack Obama.

Eight years later, Clinton only secured her party’s nomination after a months-long struggle against the socialist Bernie Sanders, even as DNC operatives openly derided Sanders’s campaign and colluded to advance Hillary Clinton’s nomination.

The political firestorm that ensued led to the resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a former Florida congresswoman and friend of Hillary Clinton that the late Rush Limbaugh affectionately referred to as “blabbermouth.”

Of course, months later, the general voting public would also get another opportunity to vote against Hillary Clinton when they delivered the Presidency to Donald Trump.

The voters have let it be known time and time again that they don’t much like being dictated to by left-wing scolds, but Hillary Clinton just refuses to get that message.

It’s almost like, as she once said of someone else, it’s a willing suspension of disbelief.

Hillary said to voters (seriously): “Get over yourself!”

Nevertheless, when she was asked about voters unhappy about the choice between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton said “Get over yourself, those are the two choices … And, you know, it’s kind of like one is old and effective and compassionate, has a heart & really cares about people, and one is old and has been charged with 91 felonies. I don’t understand why this is even a hard choice.”

She still doesn’t get it.

That being the case, it’s tough to feel bad for her over the mocking she is now receiving after her most recent public appearance.

Both Hillary and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, were guests Wednesday at the White House’s state dinner, which honored Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

Hillary Clinton is her own biggest fan

Hillary, in classic Hillary style, stopped to admire a portrait of herself hanging on the wall.

Judy Kurtz wrote on X, “The Clintons appeared to get a kick out of former secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s portrait hanging up on the wall in the East Colonnade as they entered for the state dinner, pointing and smiling at it.”

Others made note of her attire which, while different than her trademark pantsuit, was nevertheless not flattering.

One user wrote, “Hillary Clinton always has to wear a costume,” and another said, “Who dresses this woman, does she not have any friends to prevent these fashion disasters??? She looks like she’s wearing a tablecloth.”

In the end, the latest public appearances show that Hillary Clinton hasn’t changed her persona one bit.

Here’s to hoping that Joe Biden features her prominently as a campaign surrogate.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.