Skip to comments.Clinton Says Females Are Superior Leaders [semi-satire]
Posted on 06/17/2020 9:40:31 AM PDT by John Semmens
Using the COVID pandemic as an illustration, unsuccessful presidential candidate Hillary Clinton boasted that "women are superior leaders. Out of all the governors called upon to deal with the virus the one who stands head-and-shoulders above the rest is Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan. She is my hero."
"Gov. Whitmer was quicker than anyone else to recognize that ordinary people are incapable of making wise decisions on their own," Clinton asserted. "She was the first to neutralize individual self-reliance and the most thorough in establishing the widest authoritarian control ever seen in America. Her ruthless enforcement of her executive directives is a model for the rest of us to emulate."
"Those of us who understand how the world works know that freedom is not a natural way to live," she added. "Nowhere in the animal kingdom is freedom the natural state. The rule is for the strong to dominate and the weak to submit. Unfortunately for America, the Founding Fathers took a wrong turn in 1776 and established an alien system of individual liberty. Today we have the opportunity to undo that horrible mistake. The experiment with lockdowns during the pandemic showed that the masses will submit if the leaders have the will to dominate. The door to a collectivist utopia is open. All we need is a leader to command us to enter."
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That’s why she did it the old fashioned way. She married a successful man so she could become famous. Great example for young women everywhere.
I have infinitely more trust in the common sense of the 77 year old barber who stood up to that governor than Hillary on any given day.
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