Hillary Clinton doesn’t appear to understand how reality works.
She’s so trapped in her Democrat bubble that she can’t see how insane her words are.
You won’t believe the victim claim Hillary Clinton just made for herself.
Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said during a discussion Wednesday at the 30/50 Summit in Abu Dhabi that women are the “primary victims” of “climate change,” and claimed that the war in Ukraine was an example of this.
“Women and children are the primary victims of conflict and of climate change and there is no place that unfortunately, tragically, shows us that more dramatically than Ukraine today,” Clinton despaired to MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski.
“But there are a lot of other conflicts, a lot of other challenges that we have to take into account as we look at gender apartheid and Afghanistan. The persecution and oppression of girls and women exercising their freedom of choice in Iran and so many other places,” she continued.
It’s hard to see how, In Ukraine, women are the primary sufferers and how the war in Ukraine has anything to do with climate change.
In Ukraine 85% of the military is made up of men, and men make up the vast majority of the estimated 100,000 Russian and 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers who have been killed or injured in the war in Ukraine.
Brzezinski said to Clinton that some of our “children and grandchildren have fewer rights than we had.”
“Can you talk about the consequences of that reality as it pertains to women’s rights in America but also around the world?” she asked Clinton.
Clinton claimed that progress is being made on a “range of issues” in regards to women’s rights but that Covid had a “disproportionate impact on women and girls around the world.”
All data points towards more men dying of Covid than women, but Clinton alleged that women suffered from “increases in domestic violence, increase[s] in child marriage, increase[s] in unemployment,” all problems resulting from Democrat-led lockdowns rather than the virus itself.
“And we have seen organized pushback to the advancement of women,” she said, citing the secretary-general of the United Nations who said that based on current data, “it would take 250 years for women to achieve pay equality” post-coronavirus.
Clinton told women that they must accept the reality that they have to be better “prepared” than anybody and to “practice communicating.”
She then went on to tell the crowd to “look for allies” and “just know that every time you stand up for yourself, you stand up for literally tens of thousands, maybe millions of people who don’t have the voice, or the access, the opportunity that you do.”
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