Poor Hillary Clinton. She just cannot get over the 2016 presidential election and her humiliating defeat to President Donald Trump, a political novice at the time.
Since that defeat, Clinton has been on a world tour explaining why she didn’t win, seemingly to comfort herself, and acting like the world’s greatest feminist until Kellyanne Conway put Clinton in her place.
Not A Feminist.
Not only has Clinton been pretending to be president for the past year, issuing statements at times of crisis for the nation and travelling the world, she has also been pretending to be a champion of women.
Interesting for a woman who allegedly threatened Juanita Broaddrick after she accused her husband, former President Bill Clinton, of rape.
“I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73 it never goes away,” she wrote on Twitter.
A woman who headed the charge to discredit the many, many women who accused her husband of sexual assaults and harassment, referring to them as “bimbo eruptions,” according to The Washington Times and many other reporters who covered the scandal.
And a woman who laughed at the fact that she got a man off on charges he raped a child.
“He took a lie detector test! I had him take a polygraph, which he passed, which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs,” she said laughing.
During her trip to India last week Clinton tried to say that part of the reason she lost the 2016 presidential election was because many women did what their husbands and sons told them to do and voted for President Trump.
Conway fired back at her when she appeared on “Fox & Friends” this week.
“She is, again, insulting half of the country,” she said. “Let me tell you something, lady. The idea that I, or other women like me, have to ask our husbands how to vote, it’s really a joke. Particularly since—I won’t say her name, but I’ll appeal to you directly—particularly since this country knows who you are, first and foremost, because of whom you married.”
She told Clinton to “stop pretending you’re a feminist, you’re for equality, you’re for fairness for women, and then running around accusing us of checking with our husbands and significant others before we vote.”
That is good advice.