Well, if anyone was starting to think Hillary Clinton wasn’t absolutely out of her mind, her latest commentary is here to prove you wrong: she actually seems to think she’s like a modern-day Wonder Woman.
At the Crystal + Lucy Awards, Clinton appeared in a “surprise video” for actress Elizabeth Banks, and you’ll never believe what she said.
Hillary Clinton likened herself to the beloved, female, comic-book character, Wonder Woman.
“Now I haven’t seen Wonder Woman yet, but I’m going to—in part because it’s directed by the fabulous Patty Jenkins. But something tells me that a movie about a strong, powerful woman fighting to save the world from a massive international disaster is right up my alley.”
At least this latest delusion hasn’t put anyone’s life in jeopardy, which is more than people can say about her past. Recall Clinton’s use of an illegal, personal-e-mail server to share classified content and put national security at risk—one of multiple crimes. She also lied about the server to the FBI, Congress and the nation—another crime.
While her e-mail scandal is still pretty fresh in people’s minds, the fact is Hillary Clinton’s a guilty woman who has a habit of breaking the law—often, other people have been left to pay the price for her misdeeds and mistakes. For example, her responsibility for the deaths of four Americans at Benghazi’s US Embassy simply cannot be forgotten. Not only did she refuse requests for additional security, she abstained from sending military forces in to save them.
She (and the Clinton Foundation) are now being investigated for their “pay-to-play” activities. Some of their federal crimes include the billions of dollars which were “donated”to her family’s foundation so foreign and domestic parties could gain influence over government policies and get government contracts.
Clinton is a nothing more than a criminal who seems to view herself as above the law.
Last I checked, Wonder Woman, while fictional, actually acted as a hero. Wonder Woman saves the world from people like Hillary Clinton—at least in comic books.