Hillary’s Response to Charge She’s Part of the Establishment: ‘I’m a Woman!’

Hillary’s Response to Charge She’s Part of the Establishment: ‘I’m a Woman!’:

Having female genitalia is “revolutionary,” according to Clinton

Hillary Clinton responded to the charge that she’s part of the establishment by asserting that she had female genitalia and that this was “revolutionary”.

In a rare new interview, Hillary was challenged by Charlie Rose on her image as a Washington insider.

“You come from the establishment, you have a deep political history, you have been part of the establishment since you were the first lady of Arkansas,” pointed out Rose.

After claiming she was an agent of change, Hillary stated, “I know what the rap is, you’ve been around since, you know, the beginning of time.”

She then paused and awkwardly switched to playing the gender card.

“Having a woman nominated for the first time by a major political party….Oh my gosh, that’s revolutionary!,” exclaimed Clinton.

Quite how it’s “revolutionary to have someone who is the consummate establishment insider nominated by a major political party wasn’t explained by Hillary – but she has a vagina, and that’s all that matters.

As we’ve seen over in the UK, the left only gets excited about a woman in power when she’s not a conservative – proving that the gender card is a cynical ploy to win votes and has absolutely no ethical foundation.

The bigoted, misogynistic reaction to Melania Trump’s RNC speech also illustrates how the left’s strident advocacy for women in politics disappears when they’re faced with a woman who contradicts their opinions.

As the video below documents, Hillary has stooped to playing the gender card over and over again.


* * *

PayPal: Donate in USD
PayPal: Donate in EUR
PayPal: Donate in GBP

* * *






Hillary Rodham Clinton Satanic Handsign


1 thought on “Hillary’s Response to Charge She’s Part of the Establishment: ‘I’m a Woman!’”

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.