Hillary Clinton gave her first, seemingly brief, interview since Trump’s inauguration to People Magazine talking about the awe-inspiring women’s march and exclaiming, “We have to keep up the momentum”.
She might run for the presidency again and she might host a TV show, undoubtedly to promote herself and demonize Trump. Will Soros help fund it?
The bizarre women’s march was supposed to be a Hillary Victory march, but was turned into a march for rights women already have.
Hillary Clinton also tweeted that she found the march “awe-inspiring”.
Clinton gave the interview as she and Bill attended a benefit jazz concert in New York City Wednesday.
She attended the inaugural she said to “honor democracy and its enduring values”.
Notice she didn’t say Republic. Leftists never do.
The massive demonstrations should be just the beginning said the woman whose biggest donor was the man who funded 56 of the groups participating in the leftist march, George Soros.
“On Saturday, we watched women and men across this country and the globe stand up, speak out, and peacefully march for those values with one voice,” she continued. “It was awe-inspiring. We have to keep up the momentum.”
Let the chaos from the left continue!
“I will never stop believing in this country and our collective future,” Clinton the collectivist told People. “We are still, and will always be, stronger together”, the slogan-meister said.
On Sunday, Clinton tweeted a link to a news story from the online magazine Slate about the march. Slate is as far left as it gets.
Clinton might run for president yet again at age 73, hoping to tie up the geriatric vote, and is mulling the idea of launching a television talk show to soften the ground for 2020.
Launching a TV program now would make her America’s second-oldest female news or talk show host on the small screen, after the hideous Joy Behar of ‘The View.’
Former NY Times editor and author Ed Klein wrote on his blog Sunday, “She thinks being the host of a popular TV show would energize the Democratic Party base and her tens of millions of fans,” an unnamed source told Klein.
“It’s a way to make a comeback and position herself for another run at the White House starting in a year or so.”
Clinton, Klein writes, recently told a group of friends gathered at her Washington, D.C. home: “I’ll be back” – and delivered the line in an Arnold Schwarzenegger ‘Terminator’ accent as she raised a glass of wine.
If she does that, she probably won’t run for NYC mayor and she’d lose all the lucrative opportunities to take on positions on corporate boards or university chancellorships (this is how colleges waste money).
She didn’t attend the march but tweeted about it a number of times, saying pretty much what she told People. She still doesn’t have a message.
She didn’t mention Madonna wanting to blow up the White House, Ashley Judd’s poem of hate, or communists Angela Davis’s or Michael Moore’s clearly anti-American speeches.
The march was bizarre or as Sheriff Clarke said, a freak show. Too bad they don’t care about these women.