Buck Sexton weighed-in on Hillary Clinton’s Magical Misery Tour on Tuesday night, blasting the doomed democrat’s continuing blame game and saying the former Secretary of State was “irresponsibly” accusing Donald Trump of “disloyalty to the country.”

Speaking on ‘America Now,’ Buck ripped Hillary’s never-ending list of excuses over what truly cost her the 2016 presidential election; still focusing on allegations the Trump campaign “colluded” with the Kremlin.

“You have Hillary Clinton out there, making the case openly during her ‘What Happened’ tour that there was Russian collusion and that they tried to help Trump and they did help Trump. Without providing any further evidence from what we already know, she’s just out there saying this stuff,” said Sexton.

“This is as irresponsible I think you’re going to see a major political figure get when it comes to her rhetoric,” he added. “You know what the real charge is? Collusion isn’t a crime unless you’re colluding in a price fixing scheme.”

“It would be more honest if Hillary would say she’s accusing Trump of disloyalty to the country, but that feels strange for democrats to say it in such a plain and straight-forward fashion because they usually hold up disloyalty […] as sometimes worthy of a claim. Disloyalty would be too straight-forward a description of what she’s accusing Trump of,” said Buck.

“If you’re hanging your hat on the thesis that Hillary is so much better than Donald Trump, and that Hillary is such a great person and would have been so good for this country; a lot of people just don’t want to hear it,” he added.

Listen to Buck on ‘America Now’ above.