Author Uses Hillary Clinton's Own Words To Detail 'What Really Happened'

A new book uses Hillary Clinton's own words to dismantle the case she made for losing the 2016 presidential election, detailed in her painful book "What Happened."

In "What Really Happened: Facing the Facts on Clintonian Propaganda," author Ann Noni Moose (get it? Anonymous!) offers a "satirical rebuttal" to Hillary's book. (For the record, the author told The Daily Wire that he or she prefers to remain anonymous.)

"Moose methodically and comedically responds to each claim the 2016 runner-up makes, with biting satire and extensively researched sources you can click on and read for yourself," says a blurb on Amazon, where the book is now available. "Never before has anyone compiled a list of Clinton's lies and self-serving propaganda, then smashed them against the rocks of reason. Enjoy it all in good (verifiable) fun."

"When I first read the title of Hillary Rodham Clintons book What Happened, I immediately said what the rest of American was thinking, 'Dear God, woman! No one cares but you!,'" says the author's note. "She’s like that guy from high school who won’t stop telling us about his break-up hoping we’ll feel his pain. But America isn’t heartbroken over your jilting, Hillary. We’re the ones who broke up with you!"

The author goes through Hillary's book line by line, offering rebuttals and facts that often don't jibe.

From beginning to end, What Happened is pure propaganda. And like a seasoned propagandist she repeats her themes over and over for 512 pages! She starts by quoting an unimpeachable historical giant; Harriet Tubman. The intention is to set the stage for her reader. We're supposed to see her as Tubman's student, if not her peer. Why Harriet Tubman and not Eleanor Roosevelt who said, "You must do that thing you think you cannot do!" or Fredrick Douglas, "Without a struggle, there can be no progress," or Abraham Lincoln, "With malice toward none..." What does quoting Harriet Tubman give Hillary that these other great leaders don't?

According to sources, Bill Clinton begged her not to publish her book. Edward Klein wrote in his book All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump, [Bill] told her the book made her look bewildered, angry and confused, and that those were poor qualities in a person who aspired to be a world leader. He hated the title because calling it What Happened would only make people say, "You lost." And that's precisely what I've done. Her title is such a great set-up for a roast I felt it was my duty to oblige her. I mean the woman asked and answered her own question on the cover! What happened? Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Ironically, Mrs. Clinton was my unwitting accomplice in this. She's made a career of lying through her teeth, aware that being caught in one lie at a time wouldn't cost much politically. But I have to thank her for putting her lies in a nice little blue and white bundle with a thin gold ribbon. I doubt she thought anyone would take the time to create an opposing bundle of truth. But here it is Dear Reader, one-stop shopping. You don't have to wonder if the noise coming out of the Clintons' mansion Whitehaven is true -- I didn't make that name up. With this handy (unauthorized) companion to What Happened, you can see for yourself What Really Happened.

Check out the full book here.

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