Hillary Clinton Breaks Her Silence Amid FISA Memo Firestorm – Implies Trump Using FISA Memo as Scapegoat (VIDEO)
On Monday, twice failed Presidential candidate and election rigger, Hillary Clinton spoke for the first time since the damning FISA memo was released Friday.
Hillary Clinton presented the Human Rights Award to Yazidi activist Nadia Murad on Monday at Georgetown University.
When asked about women in global politics, women’s rights and the role of female leadership in the world, Hillary Clinton implied sexism and misogyny played a role for her crushing loss of the 2016 presidential election.
We now know Hillary Clinton attempted to rig the 2016 presidential election with the help of the FBI and DOJ yet she has the nerve to complain about sexism and misogyny.
“Secretary Clinton, you talked about a backlash. How do you see this backlash against women’s rights and what can be done about it?” BBC correspondent Lyse Doucet asked Hillary.
Hillary Clinton then brought the conversation back to her experience as a presidential candidate in the 2016 election.
Not only did Crooked Hillary blame sexism and misogyny for her 2016 election loss, she subtly implied Trump is using the FISA memo as a scapegoat.
“So any of you who’ve read my book about what happened know that I think misogyny and sexism was part of that campaign. It was one of the contributing factors. Some of it was old fashioned sexism and a refusal to accept the equality of women and certainly the equality of women’s leadership and some of it as an outgrowth of all of this anxiety and insecurity that is playing on some people and leading them on a hunt for scapegoats,” Hillary said.
This woman’s arrogance is stunning.
— Cristina Laila (@cristinalaila1) February 5, 2018
Watch at 11am as Secretary @HillaryClinton honors Yazidi activist @NadiaMuradBasee, Myanmar peace builder @waiwainu, & BBC chief int’l correspondent @bbclysedoucet for their courageous efforts to advance women’s rights and peace #HRCawards https://t.co/ECQvgxRauh
— GU Women & Peace (@giwps) February 5, 2018