When Hillary Clinton isn’t funding fabricated dossiers or whining about her defeat in the 2016 presidential election, she’s making inane statements about global warming. Appearing at a human rights event at Georgetown University recently, the erstwhile Secretary of State asserted that climate change will force women to “bear the brunt of looking for the food, looking for the firewood, looking for the place to migrate to…” She also averred that the migration won’t be led by men, but by women, offering up this gem in the process: “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.”
This begs the question: “WTF?! I mean, WTF?!”
I can’t even imagine- nor do I care to-a beleaguered Hillary crossing the continent on her hands and knees heroically looking for food and firewood. All she’s in search of now is a microphone, the next buck, or the nearest Saks Fifth Avenue.
I can, however, picture Bill Clinton on all fours, traversing the continent in search of…well, you can probably guess.
“All of the grass” won’t soon be gone from anywhere, except possibly California, if you know what I mean. And everyone in the state would be so baked by then that they’d likely have installed Maxine Waters as Queen, instituted a four-hour work week, legalized bestiality, and selected Doritos as The Official State Snack Food.
“Climate change” has already altered the brains of those who purport to believe in it. Their statements are becoming ever more absurd and preposterous. Those who drink from the holy chalice of global warming idolatry appear ever more insane.
“Lock her up?” It would be best for Hillary.
And the rest of us, too.