Hillary Says Climate Change Will Burden Women Most Through Gathering Firewood And Moving Livestock (VIDEO)

Hillary has stretched this one about as far as anyone could. She has created a scorched earth picture, literally, and she says women will bear the brunt of taking care of business after climate change makes life on earth unsustainable.

Watch this video. The money quote is at the 3:15 mark.

The Free Beacon reported:

Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Monday that the effects of climate change will hurt women in particular.

Clinton participated in a Georgetown University panel where she responded to an audience question about the effects of climate change on women. In a response flagged by multimedia company Grabien, the former secretary of state told the Washington, D.C. audience that women’s lives all over the world would get worse because of climate change. She advised members of the audience to take steps such as planting more trees, but she also criticized the Trump administration for pulling out of the Paris climate accords.

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“I do think that there needs to be more political pressure put on the current administration to get back into the Paris agreement,” she said to loud applause.

“With respect to the rest of the world, I would say that particularly for women … they will bear the brunt of looking for the food, looking for the firewood, looking for the place to migrate to when all of the grass is finally gone as the desertification moves south and you have to keep moving your livestock or your crops are no longer growing,” she said.

Maybe it’s time to readdress those health issues that plagued Hillary during the campaign. She’s lost possession of her faculties on this one.

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