Hillary Clinton may have visions of 2020 — if she can just keep her eyes open.
The failed presidential candidate started her speech to the American Federation of Teachers union on Friday in a bizarre way: by telling everyone how tired she was.
“Well, I’ll tell you,” she said, “I’ve been back there listening to Randi (Weingarten) and I’m so exhausted, I can barely stand here.”
Clinton flashed moments of bitterness and anger to the unionists gathered in Pittsburgh.
Receiving the Women’s Rights Award from the union, she railed on how she has been oppressed in life.
“When I was growing up, there were scholarships I couldn’t get, colleges I couldn’t attend, jobs I couldn’t apply for just because I was a girl,” she lamented.
She attacked the layout of classified ads in newspapers.
“It wasn’t so very long ago that classified ads were divided into ‘help wanted dash male,’ and ‘help wanted dash female,'” Clinton said.
She also criticized girls’ half-court basketball in school.
“They wouldn’t let us run on the full court,” she sniffed.
She fear-mongered in stark terms against the Trump administration and Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
“They’ve gutted funding for public schools and universities,” Clinton claimed, “and they’ve rolled back protections against discrimination for students.
After a lengthy broadside against Trump policies, she said, “They are trying to rip the heart out of America.
“They want to turn us into transactional units,” claiming Trump supporters want a “man-eat-man, woman-eat-woman” society.
“They want to turn us against each other. They want to divide and conquer,” she claimed.
At the conclusion of Clinton’s attacks, unionists applauded wildly.