Hillary Clinton’s first post-inauguration statement: ‘The future is female’

Hillary Clinton can’t stop playing the woman card.

In another signal that she may run for office again, Clinton came out of exile to praise last month’s Women’s March in Washington. Clinton continued to push her failed identity politics strategy by declaring that “the future is female.”

“Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female,” Clinton said in a video statement for the 2017 Makers Conference.

Clinton bleated more platitudes in a clichéd statement:

And remember, you are the heroes and history-makers, the glass ceiling breakers of the future. As I’ve said before, I’ll say again: Never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world.

The two-time failed presidential candidate — who’s writing a new book she hopes women will buy — urged women to speak up for women’s rights.

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“So please set an example for every woman and girl out there who’s worried about what the future holds, and wonders whether our rights, our opportunities and our values will endure,” Clinton said.

Meanwhile, the former Secretary of State still has said nothing about the oppression of women in many Muslim-majority countries or the refugee rape epidemic infecting Europe.

Fortunately, other genuinely concerned women (and men) are spotlighting the issue.

https://twitter.com/Jenn_Abrams/status/828646164551565312

https://twitter.com/AmyMek/status/828704519206887426

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang

Samantha Chang is a financial editor who writes about politics at BizPac Review, about business at CCN, and general news at HVY. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at Samantha_Chang.
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