Election

HILLARY UNHINGED: Clinton Says FOX NEWS is Trying to ‘IMPEACH’ Her

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.04.18

Former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton lashed-out at Fox News during a speaking event Wednesday; saying the cable news network and President Trump were out to “impeach” her following the 2016 race for the White House.

Clinton -who holds no public office- was delivering her remarks in New York City when she slammed the Trump administration; saying the United States was in a very “bad spot” and hasn’t “seen the bottom yet.”

— Fox & Friends First (@FoxFriendsFirst) April 4, 2018

“I don’t think we’ve seen the bottom yet, I think it’s very unfortunate to contemplate but more can happen that would put our rights at risk, our freedom at risk, our values, our fundamental views about what it means to be Americans,” said Clinton.

“When he can’t think of anything to say, Trump starts chanting it and you sit there and you think ‘does he think I was elected?’” she said. “I said something publicly a few months ago, Fox News is always trying to impeach me so someone needs to tell them that it doesn’t apply to a private citizen.”

ANOTHER EXCUSE: Hillary Posts LATE NIGHT ‘APOLOGY’ for 2008 Sex Scandal

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.01.18

Hillary Clinton’s non-stop excuses tour continued this week, with the twice-failed presidential nominee posting a half-apology for her role in a 2008 sexual harassment scandal just as President Trump arrived at the Capitol to deliver his State of the Union address.

The former Secretary of State issued her tepid response at 8:45pm Tuesday night, blasting a recent New York Times report that claims Clinton kept a male advisor on staff for months after he sexually harassed a female subordinate during her 2008 run for the White House; defying the advice from her campaign manager and others.

“I very much understand the question I’m being asked as to why I let an employee on my 2008 campaign keep his job despite his inappropriate workplace behavior,” Clinton posted. “The short answer is this: If I had it to do again, I wouldn’t.”

Clinton then defended her decision, saying she has “always taken firing very seriously.”

“Through it all, I’ve always taken firing very seriously […] Taking away someone’s livelihood is perhaps the most serious thing an employer can do.”

“When faced with a situation like this, if I think it’s possible to avoid termination while still doing right by everyone involved, I am inclined in that direction,” she added. “I do not put this forward as a virtue or a vice – just as a fact about how I view these matters.”

Read Clinton’s half-apology here.

BRAIN FREEZE: Hillary Suggests WOMEN More IMPACTED by Climate Change Than MEN

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.05.18

Doomed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke-out on the dangers of climate change at an event Monday afternoon, bizarrely suggesting that the planet’s female population will be the most “burdened” by global warming.

The former Secretary of State was speaking at Washington, DC’s Georgetown University when she was asked how students could help the rest of the world -primarily Africa and Asia- cope with mankind’s negative impacts on the global environment.

“With respect to the rest of the world, I would say that particularly for women […] they will bear the brunt of looking for the food, looking for the firewood, looking for the place to migrate to when all of the grass is finally gone as the desertification moves south and you have to keep moving your livestock or your crops are no longer growing,” she said.

“Yes, women once again, will be primarily burdened with the problems of climate change. So, look for international organizations to support.

Watch Clinton’s comments above.

h/t Washington Free Beacon

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