Queen Hillary sat on her throne in Upstate New York, casting judgement on the British empire, as she prefers to think of herself.
Hillary is, as you might remember, one of America’s greatest elitists. Her family has exercised more influence than most other Ameican dynasties, and she has been at the center of many scandals and controversies, including some of the most serious concerning women’s violence.
Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
As a result, seeing her blame the Royals for not treating women “respectfully” is ludicrous.
Give me a break, please. This is the woman who has smeared and silenced a legion of women who have spoken out about her husband’s lecherous behavior during his adult life.
But vain, self-absorbed Hillary doesn’t consider those things when she’s trying to insert herself into a story and generate some much-needed publicity.
That’s probably why she was desperate to say something about Meghan Markle’s disastrous Oprah interview.
And Hillary wasted no time in slamming the Royals.
She didn’t go as far as Meghan and Harry and called them “racists,” but she did paint the Royals as an antiquated, stuffy tradition that keeps back young, amazing people.
Hillary Clinton weighed in on Oprah Winfrey’s explosive interview with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and her husband, Prince Harry, on Monday, expressing her support for Meghan and criticizing the tabloids and bureaucracy that have often attacked her.
Clinton said during a Washington Post Live event on Monday that she had met the couple as well as Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, and that she found it “so heartbreaking to watch.” Clinton described Meghan’s lack of “true embrace” not only by “the permanent bureaucracy that surrounds the royal family, but also by the British media, as “heartbreaking.”
Clinton, a former first lady, senator, secretary of state, and Democratic presidential nominee, has faced intense media criticism at times and retaliated against the press she believes is biased. The husband of longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin, disgraced former US congressman Anthony Weiner, became a big stumbling block for Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
She described Meghan as “incredibly accomplished” and praised the Duchess of Sussex’s attempts to fight for herself, noting that she has firsthand experience with Britain’s famously vitriolic tabloids.
“Every organization needs to make more room and acceptance for young people coming up — especially young women, who should not be pushed into a mold that is no longer appropriate, not just for them, but also for our society,” Clinton said.
“And it was sad to see the two of them having to explain how difficult it was to be accepted, to be integrated, not only into the royal family as they described, but more painfully into broader cultures whose narrative is driven by tabloids living in the past.”
“I really hope that some real reflective consideration will be given in all of the organizations, not just in response to what Meghan and Harry were talking about, but literally in all of our societies,” she said.
Clinton also stressed the importance of diversity in taking those organizations into the future.
Hillary should be more concerned about how badly she has been treated by countless women as a result of her despicable perverted husband.
The harm she has caused to countless lives by her “tabloid” smear campaigns is equivalent to what the British press has done to Meghan Markle.
And, while we’re on the subject of outdated customs, the Hillary political dynasty is so old that it has mold growing on it… Hillary keeps coming around, no matter how many times or in what ways the American people make it clear that they don’t want her around.