I observe Hillary Clinton’s embarrassing performance in India. Justin Trudeau should be sending Hillary Clinton a case of champagne at the very least for taking the “embarrassing performance in India” spotlight off of him.

.If you look at the map of the United States, there is all that red in the middle, places where Trump won. What that map doesn’t show you is that I won the places that own two thirds of America’s Gross Domestic product. I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward. And his whole campaign, Make America Great Again, was looking backwards. You don’t like black people getting rights, you don’t like women getting jobs, you don’t want to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are, whatever that problem is, I am going to solve it.

Well first of all, no, you’re not going to solve anything. …Primarily because the American people don’t want you in that position, and secondly your proposals wouldn’t solve anything to begin with.

Moreover, did she just tell us all that she does rather well among the rich, and not so well among working-class people? How is it that she claims to be the “guardian of the working class”, then? If the Democrat Party is so very proud of supposedly supporting the working class as they claim, why is the point of pride here that they do better among the rich?

Of course she didn’t stop there…

.We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married, white women. And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.

So let me understand this…

The Woman that likes to present herself as a fighter for all women is telling us that the reason she lost was that women were too weak to think for themselves? Yeah, that’s going to go over large.

I mean, she did everything but suggest that the reason that blacks sat on their hands to the large degree that they did was because she wasn’t black like Barack Hussein Obama… A suggestion that was made by the New York Times just about a week ago and I wrote about here.

Okay, look, I have no doubt in my mind is that they think these are the problems the Democrat Party faced. After all, when you only have a hammer in your toolbox, everything is a nail. When you only have sexism and racism and identity politics in your tool kit, this is the kind of fantasy that you come to when your politics blows up in your face.

In the end, everything she said here is what she’s been accusing conservatives of for decades. She has been successful in one afternoon in proving everything conservatives have been saying about the Democrat Party forever.

In the end, everything she said here is what she’s been forever accusing conservatives of. She has been successful in a single afternoon in proving everything conservatives have been saying about the Democrat Party.

In one press conference. That’s a magnificent accomplishment. But I doubt it’s going to connect her with very many people that aren’t already in her base.

I have my arguments with Jonah Goldberg, but I think he gets this one right.

.For years, I’ve been writing that the great myth about Hillary Clinton is the notion she shared even a fraction of her husband’s political skills. There is no transitive property to marriage. If Bill Clinton could play the xylophone, Hillary Clinton wouldn’t have gained the skill when she said, “I do.” So it goes with politics. Bill Clinton would never dream of saying anything like this. Having risen in Arkansas politics — not an over-performing state GDP-wise — he understood how to talk to working-class voters in ways Hillary never learned in 40 years of standing next to him sagely nodding.

So, what’s wrong with what she said? Well, nearly everything, starting with the fact that she probably believes all of it. It shows that she really doesn’t like large swathes of the country. She has a Manichaean view that says people who voted against her are backward, racist, sexist, and kind of dumb. I didn’t love the slogan “Make America Great Again,” and Lord knows I didn’t like Trump’s campaign style. But for millions of decent Americans, Trump’s program was optimistic. “We’re gonna make America great again” may sound unequivocally racist to the race-obsessed, but that’s not how everyone who liked it heard it. How easy and comfortable it must be to think that anyone who voted against you is against “black people getting rights.”

The real issue of course, is this…

Not only do I not doubt for a minute that she believes this garbage, so too does the majority of today’s Democratic party. This is who they are.