A New York county recently named its new LGBTQ Pride Center after Hillary Clinton.
In an event that didn’t get much attention, a cell phone video of Clinton’s remarks to the Rockland County Pride Center in Nyack has been posted.
Wearing a bright yellow jacket and a rainbow scarf, Clinton said, “I’m hoping the Center provides the kind of gathering place that will attract people who don’t even know they need to be here, but who will find their way here and will be given the support and the access to services and understanding that every human being deserves.
“So thank you for having me be a part of this and I’m incredibly honored to have this hall named for me,” she said about the new Hillary Rodham Clinton Hall of Social Justice during the March 1 event.
The motivation to name the new center after Clinton — who as recently as 2008 opposed gay marriage — is unclear.
But Sally Miller, who had a three-month affair with then-Gov. Bill Clinton in 1983, claimed to The American Mirror in 2016 that Hillary is a lesbian.
“She is a Gloria Steinem kind of feminist. If you’ve ever seen picture or heard Gloria Steinem, just a cold, conniving bitch. That’s just it,” Miller said.
“And they don’t care about anyone but themselves. That’s what most feminists are all about. It’s about themselves,” according to Miller.
“And most of them don’t link men, incidentally. They only use men for income (and) appearance. Hillary could never had made it to Washington, DC without Bill. He was the song and dance routine. He’s the one that played the sax and he could laugh and joke and talk and Hillary can’t do that.
“She can’t put on her black nightie and run around and she can’t play the sax,” Miller says, referring to her previous claim that, during their trysts, Bill Clinton would wear Miller’s nightie and play his instrument.
“I’m sure if she is a lesbian it’s not fun,” Miller said frankly.
When she was asked about where she heard Hillary Clinton was a lesbian, she responded, “Bill told me!
“Because I said why do you think she is so cold?” recalling her conversation with Bill. “Why do you think she is so uninterested in kissing and holding and just being close physically?
“He said that when she was in college that she and some girls experimented and she liked it. And that’s when the big feminist movement was moving forward and lesbianism was hot.
“It was more vogue for a woman to have a female partner than to have a male partner,” Miller said.