Chuck Schumer is known for making incendiary remarks.

But the source of his ranting is usually Donald Trump.

That’s why no one could believe what he just said.

Schumer trained his sights on Hillary Clinton’s excuse making.

As soon as the day after the election, Clinton and her associates schemed to deflect blame from her by pinning her loss on the Russians.

The media lapped it up and invented the collusion hoax out of thin air.

Clinton and her husband also blamed FBI Director James Comey for his late October letter announcing the FBI was reopening the investigation into her private email server.

Hillary and her team have blamed everyone and everything under the sun for her defeat except for Hillary herself.

She has taken no accountability for her epic loss.

Schumer blasted Clinton and her buck passing when the Democrats rolled out their “Better Deal” message.

CNN reports:

“In the 2016 campaign, there was no one more loyal to Hillary Clinton than her one-time Senate colleague Chuck Schumer. He defended his fellow New Yorker and the race she ran at every turn.

Which makes what Schumer said about Clinton over the weekend all the more intriguing.

“When you lose to somebody who has 40% popularity, you don’t blame other things — Comey, Russia — you blame yourself,” Schumer, the top ranking Democrat in the Senate, told The Washington Post over the weekend. “So what did we do wrong? People didn’t know what we stood for, just that we were against Trump. And still believe that.”

While even Chuck Schumer is joining the rest of America in being sick of the Clintons excuses for why they lost the election, Hillary didn’t get that memo.

She is set to double down on playing the blame game in a new book of essays.

In addition to Comey and Russia, Hillary’s new book will smear Americans as sexist and misogynist for rejecting her candidacy.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

“Hillary Clinton’s new memoir will blame her 2016 presidential election loss on Russian interference and former FBI Director James Comey’s announcement that he was reopening the investigation into her emails.

Sources familiar with the memoir told the Hill that Clinton made the two scenarios cornerstones of her book, which will be released in September.

“She really believes that’s why she lost,” said a longtime Clinton ally. “She wants the whole story out there from her own perspective. I think a lot of people are going to be really surprised by how much she reveals.”

“She believes she would have won and that Russia and Comey ultimately brought her down. She feels validated by all the news circulating out there about Russia,” an adviser said.

The Hill reports that Clinton’s book will also examine the role sexism and misogyny played in her election defeat. The former first lady has irritated fellow Democrats by blaming her historic loss on several outside forces, including the Democratic National Committee.”

Hillary can dream up all the excuses she wants.

But now even Chuck Schumer recognizes she lost because the American people rejected her message.