She is steadily losing it; her center can no longer seem to hold as the trauma that was the last election is taking much toll on her than anyone had anticipated or expected; especially from such a veteran politician who has been around the game of politics for such a long time, spanning nearly forty years, that one would expect her to have been used to the ups and downs of electioneering politics. So why is Hillary Clinton particularly devastated by the loss of this election, one would ask; and having previously lost her party's primary election makes it rather bizarre that this particular election hurts her so badly that she is nearing psychiatric crisis as a result. For lack of any other better way to put it, Hillary Clinton has been behaving badly and acting out in such a way as if she was robbed of an entitlement ever since November 9th, 2016. How long must the nation and her party put up with her winning before somebody drags her off the stage and tell her that Donald Trump is the president and there is nothing anyone can do about it.
Regrettably, she is beating about the bush in search of the culprit but forgot that the culprit she is searching for is there in plain sight, standing before a mirror and starring right back at her. She has blamed everyone and everything else but herself, the real culprit. the one and only reason for her awful performance in last November 8, 2016 presidential election. No one else but Hillary Clinton herself was responsible for her loss of the White House and the earlier she realizes this glaring fact, the better it will be for her healing to begin. But at the rate in which she is going to hold others responsible, no one should be surprised to wake up another day with her blaming either her husband Bill Clinton or Mother Nature or even God for her rejection by the American people and prevented her from getting into the White House.
The White House is not her father's property for her to inherit and the presidency is not a crown which is conferred on people simply because they covet it. She is steadily turning off American people, whose house the White House is and who determines who to let in or otherwise reject. Her current grandstanding attitude and refusal to take responsibility for her loss is not helping her at all; neither will it help her retool for any future endeavors because the more she occupy every body's view and inundates every one's ears with her cuckoo-land tales of everybody else did it but herself, that long would she continue to alienate people from herself and jeopardize whatever future she has going forward. Any sensible reasonable person in her shoes would have since made herself scarce to allow the wounds of the last election to heal and also help her recuperate. But unfortunately, such an informed move of strategic retreat is not in her DNA and she will pay dearly for it.