A smug, delusional Hillary Clinton told the 8th Annual Women in the World Summit that she thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin (and some American voters) opposed her because they dislike strong female leaders.
Clinton said that when people ask her why Putin allegedly worked against her campaign for President, “I don’t think it’s too complicated. I think he had his desire to destabilize us and others, and you know, he’s not…fond of strong women.”
Clinton had previously remarked that hurting the United States is one of Putin’s main geostrategic goals. “So you add that together, and that’s pretty much what it means,” Clinton concluded to loud applause.
Earlier in the week, the loser of the 2016 Presidential Election said that “misogyny,” or the hatred of women, played a key role in her electoral defeat.