We finally discover the reason Hillary didn't come out to speak the night she lost. It turned out she had been drinking heavily and went into an alcohol fueled rage against her own campaign staff, violently attacking them to the point that she had to be physically restrained.
This perfectly explains her absence on election night and is also reflected in the behavior of her supporters who went on a violent rampage because they too were sore losers just like their leader.http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/report-hillary-physically-violent-after-losing/
Hillary Clinton lost her composure entirely when her loss to Donald Trump became evident, “crying” so much that it was “hard to understand what she was saying.”
Klein said she even turned combative against her staff.
Many wondered on election night why Hillary Clinton didn’t come out and address supporters when it appeared Trump had won. Instead, campaign Chairman John Podesta told the crowd gathered in New York City that votes were still being counted and they should all go home for the night.
The show tweeted that its source revealed Hillary “became physically violent towards Robby Mook and John Podesta around midnight.”
There was a time she was “briefly restrained,” the tweet claimed.
At Infowars, Paul Joseph Watson said radio host Todd Kincannon also tweeted that Hillary was feeling the influence of alcohol.
Reportedly, the Insider said, the campaign had started cracking the celebratory champagne bottles before the results were in.
“A combination of a few drinks and an angry candidate may have led to Clinton’s disappearance that night. Rather than make a concession speech, she refused to address her election night party and instead sent Podesta out to clean up the mess.”
It continued: “Is it any wonder that so many of her followers are emulating Clinton’s behavior, going on full-fledged temper tantrums and riots, shedding massive amounts of tears because the election didn’t go the way they wanted it to?”
Infowars reported Kincannon explained CNN blocked its reporter from publishing “what would have been a bombshell story.”