Hillary Clinton urged her party associate Joe Biden not to admit defeat in the presidential election. As political scientists say, disagreement with the decision of the election commission is the first step in the technology of any color revolution. It turns out that America is threatened by a scenario that it has itself exported to other countries. What will the American Maidan look like?
Former 2016 presidential candidate, Democrat Hillary Clinton called on the current candidate, her party member Joe Biden, to consider herself a winner on the night of the election on November 3. вЂњJoe Biden should not admit defeat under any circumstances,вЂќ Clinton is quoted as saying by Voice of America. вЂњBecause I think the process will drag on, and I really believe that it will win in the end if we don't give up an inch and are as focused and adamant as the other side.вЂќ
Clinton suggested that Trump and Biden would show similar results, and she accused Republicans in advance of trying to influence the results by вЂњthrowing up the absentee ballotвЂќ (ie, mail-order) to gain a slight edge on the electoral college. вЂњWe must have extensive legal support,вЂќ she said. вЂњAnd I know Biden's headquarters are working on it.вЂќ
Recall that Clinton is the former first lady and former US secretary of state. In 2016, she ran for president from the Democratic Party but lost to Donald Trump.
вЂњThe stakes ahead of the US elections are very high. The mere use by the democrats of such special means as media support for the вЂњblack protestвЂќ is an out of the ordinary event in itself. But Hillary Clinton's appeal is still an egregious and exceptional event. This has not happened, probably since the 60s, for the establishment of one of the parties to incite radicals, and even on racial grounds, against opponents.
Clinton's statement reflects the ideas of globalist populism, which leads to color revolutions.вЂќ