Hillary Clinton is the toughest and most capable woman to ever enter politics — just ask her!
Despite now losing two presidential campaigns, the former secretary of state is trying desperately to stay relevant. But a recent appearance on late night television is a sharp reminder that the American people may have dodged a bullet.
On Tuesday, Clinton appeared on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” and revealed one of the most ominous threats she faced came from her new nemesis: Manspreading.
Yes, forget a nuclear-armed North Korea or Islamic terrorists intent on beheading all nonbelievers. The oh-so-tough political operator — a former U.S. senator from the Empire State of New York, no less — was apparently so easily intimidated by Russian leader Vladimir Putin that the position of his legs is still giving her nightmares.
The out-of-touch election loser insisted to Colbert that Putin had a personal grudge against her. (Check out the interview here. The Putin comments start about the 6:10 mark.)
“I think it’s part of his worldview, which is all tied up with his anger, his disappointment in the collapse of the Soviet Union, and his feeling that we’re his number one rival,” Clinton said.
“Partly because I’m a woman, which seems to get him a bit agitated — he actually has said that — some things about that,” she continued.
Everything is about her, you see. The foreign leader of one of the most powerful nations on earth must be obsessed with her, see, because she is so special. It takes a certain kind of narcissism to believe that you personally agitate a ruthless former KGB agent simply because you’re a female.
Colbert asked Clinton to elaborate on her claim that Putin was perturbed and agitated by the frail 69-year-old woman. That’s when things became even more bizarre.
“Well, he certainly demonstrated,” Clinton said. “There’s an expression, we certainly know it in New York, called ‘manspreading.’ “
The loser of the biggest upset election in modern history went on to explain that Putin would sit with his legs spread whenever they had a meeting, and Hillary made it clear that she thought this was some sort of personal attack against her.
Newsflash for Hillary Clinton: Men often sit like that. In fact, a quick glance at photos of Putin meeting with various world leaders shows that he almost always takes a casual, relaxed stance.
Clinton is known for exaggerating stories or simply making up false narratives, especially when they make her seem like some sort of heroine.
A classic example is the now-debunked claim that Donald Trump was “looming” over her and “breathing down her neck” during the presidential debates, when she in fact walked over to his side of the platform and he was some 10-feet away from her.
Not only are these claims the mark of a narcissist, but they also show her faux brand of feminism to be a complete joke. Hillary pretends to be an empowered woman who is ready to lead the country and the world, but at the same time is perpetually foiled by men respectfully standing 10-feet away or sitting comfortably in a chair. The fiends!
Clinton would have totally won the election, guys. The angle of somebody’s legs and those pesky electoral votes just got in the way.