Carly Fiorina: “Unlike Me, Hillary Clinton Is Not Pretty Enough To Be Playing The Woman Card”

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Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina criticized Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Monday for unfairly accusing political rivals of sexism as a way to gain an advantage during the presidential campaign. “Hillary Clinton first of all calls everybody a sexist and that’s not a fair game,” Fiorina said on a Fox News show. “She’s going to play that card. We need to be realistic. And, of course, she’s going to talk about the Republican war on women, which doesn’t exist.”

“And, you know, there’s something about being a woman and trying to play the woman card at the same time,” Fiorina opined. “I believe that, in order to be able to behave the way she does, one needs to be a really beautiful woman, because if you’re anything less, it’s going to look like you’re trying to sell something that just doesn’t feel right. In other words, Hillary Clinton is just not pretty enough to be playing the woman card, unlike me. If I were to do it, for example, feminists would have made the Senate majority a long time ago.”

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO also stated that the Monica Lewinski scandal, which involved Hillary Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, “would have never happened if I had met Bill all those years ago in college.” “I kind of have to admit that I’ve always found that man very sexy. And I can guarantee that he wouldn’t have looked at other women if he were married to me, including Monica Lewinski. But, that’s also part of the reason why Hillary is calling every other male opponent a sexist today – she’s afraid of being perceived as unimportant during the election, so she’s drawing attention to herself by pointing out that she’s a woman fighting against all those big, scary, rude men. And that’s called playing dirty.”

“However, I have to say that at a certain level, I kind of understand where she’s coming from,” Fiorina said. “I mean, here you have an aging woman, who during her political career as the First Lady and then Secretary of State, has made mistake after mistake in both her domestic and foreign policy decisions. On the other hand, her personal life is also very turbulent, seeing how her husband cheated on her with an intern during his term as president.”

The former tech executive also added: “All in all, other than her education and maybe the fact that she’s a woman, she pretty much has nothing else going for her. Her looks, if she ever had any, faded a long time ago. So, I kind of feel bad for her because I can almost relate, but we can’t let our sympathy get in the way of seeing her for who she really is – a bitter old hag who believes her only way to get back at her cheating husband is to become president and strike at the very core of his masculinity.”

“Come to think of it, I would possibly consider supporting her in that effort if there was a way of achieving that without destroying an entire country, the greatest country in the world, in the process.”


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