Tucker Carlson said that Hillary Clinton spun a yarn of conspiracy theories about her election loss during a speech on Wednesday.

Carlson said that she donned "the trendy tin foil hat" he said Democrats have popularized since Trump's election.

He pointed out that Clinton made the New York Times out to be a right-wing news source, and dismissed her email scandal as a "nothingburger."

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Carlson said Clinton's conspiracy theory was so vast, she blamed alleged fake news websites based in Macedonia for working to undermine her candidacy.

"[So], with no message or economic agenda... she was going to win anyway," Carlson said.

He added that Clinton's 'conspiracy theory' must have tacitly included a way to "bamboozle" Pennsylvanians into electing a Republican president for the first time since 1988.

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