Killary is evidently worried that people not connected with Jeffrey Epstein will be killed now that they’re unable to kill babies in the womb, as she just appeared on CBS to viciously attack Justice Clarence Thomas and the Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs opinion, saying:
“I went to law school with [Justice Thomas]. He’s been a person of grievance for as long as I have known him — resentment, grievance, anger … Women are going to die, Gayle. Women will die.”
Watch her here:
.@HillaryClinton: "I went to law school with [Justice Thomas]. He’s been a person of grievance for as long as I have known him — resentment, grievance, anger … Women are going to die, Gayle. Women will die.” pic.twitter.com/nUGWGFVJ3m
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 28, 2022
Tom Fitton, head of Judicial Watch, savagely mocked Clinton for the comment, saying “The obsessed and racial focus on Justice Thomas by Hillary Clinton and her pro-abortion allies is worth noting.”
And that wasn’t all that Hillary had to say about the recent ruling. She also bizarrely accused Republicans of “packing the court”, which is absurd since it was only ever empty spots that the GOP filled with conservative justices; unlike Team Biden, Trump never considered expanding the size of the court. But Hillary accused the GOP of it nonetheless, saying:
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“I think that was the goal of packing the Court with justices who were on the record for many years of being against women’s constitutional rights to make decisions about our own bodies. I was deeply sorry that it actually happened.”
She then moved on to claiming, also bizarrely, that the Supreme Court is intent on restricting women’s rights, saying:
“But now that it has happened, I think everybody understands that this is not necessarily the only effort that we’re going to see this Court undertake to turn back the clock on civil rights.”
Then, after wringing her hands and clutching her pearls over the “SCOTUS is coming for your rights” idea, Hillary attempted to use the recent decision to push people into holding their nose and voting for Democrats come November, saying:
“This is going to, I hope, wake up a lot of Americans. I don’t care what political party or religion you are, the question is, ‘Who decides?’ Is the government going to be in your bedroom? Is the government going to be making these decisions?
“I think our country’s really on the precipice… I think that we are looking at not only the erosion of these rights, the throwing the door open to unfettered, unregulated gun access, but we’re also looking at dismantling the federal government, how it protects our air, and our water, and everything else that goes along with it.
“I think it’s important that people recognize if there were ever a time to vote and to vote, literally, for your rights and our future, it’s this midterm.”
And there, in the last line, is what the whole appearance was really about. Perhaps Hillary does care about abortion, but she was there to try and cajole people into voting for Democrats, pretending that in doing so they would be voting for “women’s rights” rather than more of the same disasters from Slow Joe.