Report: Hillary Went into a Violent Rage After Losing Election

Radio host Todd Kincannon from the Todd Kincannon Show was told by CNN reporters that Hillary went into a violent rage following losing the election. As the election was slipping away last Tuesday she became physically violent with John Podesta and Robbie Mook. This happened around midnight when it was becoming clear she would not become president.

Hillary Went Into a Violent Rage

https://twitter.com/kincannon_show/status/798264132055302144?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

There is more to it. Everyone wondered why Hillary Clinton did not face the media the night of the election. Instead she sent out John Podesta. The reason? She was DRUNK.

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https://twitter.com/kincannon_show/status/798353788574830592?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

The reporter even took it a step further and said that CNN refused to publish the story.

https://twitter.com/kincannon_show/status/798357997411893248?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Please let someone have this on video! Please!

Is it any surprise that this is how Hillary is going out? After all of the Hillary lies and scandals, she goes out in a drunk rage. I think it’s a fitting ending to this story.

Hillary Went into a Violent Rage After Losing Election

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