FORBES LIST: Hillary Clinton’s Embarrassing Fall From Grace
Hillary Clinton managed to survive where most would have crumbled. In their final debate, Donald Trump lauded Clinton on her persistence and her fight.
Little did he know how dirty Clinton and her team fought to get her to her ultimate prize. And it appears others recognize the ruthlessness of Hillary Clinton, and her days of wine and roses now come to an end.
In Forbes list of the world’s most powerful women, Hillary Clinton at one point held the #2 spot. However, in the wake of her epic loss to Donald Trump and other issues, Clinton fell 63 spots.
Many agree it’s time the US embraced a female leader in the highest ranks. However, most of us knew Hillary Clinton couldn’t be trusted with that honor. Still, she held out hope that she would be the first female president in history. But we all know what happened.
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Her unexpected loss sent Clinton into mourning. Clinton should have stayed there, but instead tried to cover her butt by writing a book that would rewrite history. In order to sell that book, Clinton emerged from her rat hole and pretended to be the de facto president.
With book in tow, Clinton embarked on a ridiculous book tour, most deemed, “Hillary Clinton’s Loser Tour”. It seems that at every event Clinton announced a new reason why she lost. Things got so bad for Clinton that Democrats demanded that she simply go away.
It’s no wonder Clinton dropped from #2 to #65. As the Washington Post pointed out:
Newcomer to the list UK Prime Minister Theresa May took Clinton’s spot at No 2 on the list, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel remained at No 1 on the Forbes list for another year.
Merkel, who has been in office since 2005, won a fiercely contested election this year in which she held off the growing far-right influence of the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.
May, the conservative Prime Minister of the UK, moved into her role after Britons voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, prompting then-Prime Minister David Cameron to resign.
She has spent the last year working to bring the factious coalition government together and has to carry the UK through Brexit by 2019.
Being blunt, the fact that Angela Merkel remains #1 should embarrass women in general, and Clinton in particularly. Merkel’s stance on Muslim integration mirrored Clinton’s, and greatly weakened Merkel politically. Yet, Merkel remained #1 and Clinton took the fall.
The only way Merkel remains atop this list is due to the people who created it: Leftists.
The Post continues:
Rounding out the top five on the list of the world’s most powerful women are Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO, and Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO of General Motors.
Gates’ foundation has donated more than $3 billion towards providing people with polio vaccinations around the world.
Through her work with the foundation, Gates has focused on working to make gender equality a path to meaningful change in the world.
Along with being the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, Sandberg is the founder of Leanin.org, which works to empower women to achieve their ambitions.
Earlier this year, Lean In launched the campaign #20PercentCounts, representing the 20 percent less that women make compared with men.
GM boss Barra is the first female CEO of a major global automaker and has recently focused on improving the car company’s profitability.
You have to go pretty far down to get to Conservative women
Other political leaders on the list include Trump’s daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump, at No 19, and US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, at No 43.
Hillary Clinton lost twice to Trumps. Her loss to Ivanka only adds insult to injury.
And it looks like Hillary Clinton may have pushed her luck too far and a third loss to the Trumps may be in the offing.
As Kevin Jackson tell us:
In Hillary Clinton’s concession speech, she said the right things. She appeared conciliatory, and ask her people to give Donald Trump a chance.
This concession speech led the newly elected President Trump to show mercy on Clinton. That, and the fact that he had no idea how far the Deep State existed inside the government.
President-elect’s freeing Hillary Clinton signaled that he wanted to just move on with the nation’s business. He promised to drain the swamp and defeating Clinton was a huge first step.
But then Clinton backtracked.
Now, Clinton has a lot more to worry about than a list on Forbes. Clinton may now find herself on the naughty list and headed to prison.