The Washington Times has a story out that Hillary was called the next president of the United States by a Romney voter, Ron Perelman. For the uninformed this may seem like a major revelation, but for those who are familiar with Ron Perelman, it's more like making a non event work in Hillary's favor.
In 2000 and 2004, Perelman supported both financially and vocally Bill Clinton. In 2008, he donated to Hillary and when she lost the nomination, he swung his support to Barack Obama. And Obama was most appreciative to the tune of 443 million dollars.
The Obama administration bought smallpox drugs from a Perelman company, that they have never tested to see that it works for the low price of $255 a dose. Of course the only known smallpox virus known to man are in locked vaults in the United States and Russia, and we did already have 1 billion does of tested medicine for which we paid $3 a dose, but what could Obama do? Perelman's campaign check cleared.
When she was the secretary of state, she often had friends over to see where she worked. Among those close friend was one Ron Perelman.
So why did the Washington Times make out that it was a big deal that a "Romney voter" called on Hillary to be the next president? Because the press is not taking any chances this time. They started too late on the inevitable narrative and she lost. So by phrasing it as the did, the Times was just trying to boost Hillary's chances by giving low information voters, the idea that even the opposition loves Hillary. Or they have some Black plague Vaccine in the back Obama wouldn't buy.