A frail and exhausted looking Hillary Clinton has been ushered back into the spotlight to help push Democratic talking points.
On Monday, she joined New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to help push a radical pro-abortion bill in his state.
One of her most scathing comments came when she spoke about Roe v. Wade, arguing that it should be legal for women to have an abortion all the way up to birth.
Current New York law prohibits abortions after 24 weeks. but Clinton wants women to be able to have an abortion all the way up to until they give birth.
“Our right to make the most deeply personal decision is facing the most significant threats in recent memory,” Clinton said. “This administration has rolled back access to reproductive health services at home and around the world and proposed cuts to international health development and diplomacy that put both women’s lives and our national security at risk.”
Cuomo lavished praise on Clinton, telling the crowd, “I love Hillary, don’t tell Bill.”
“The nation made a terrible mistake and I believe they regret it,” he added, sucking up to Clinton for her loss to President Donald Trump.
Later in her remarks, the twice failed presidential candidate claimed the U.S. may still not be “prepared” for women leaders.
It “takes me back,” she said, reminiscing her embarrassing loss in the 2016 presidential election before defending Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether our country is ready for women leaders. Now that really takes me back,” Clinton said, weirdly cackling while the crowd laughed.
“But today I want to thank all of you for your persistence,” Clinton said. “I know many of you and can attest as to how smart, determined, effective and, dare I say, likable you all are.”
Warren announced last week that she’s launching a 2020 exploratory committee, which all but means she’s running for president.
She took a trip to Iowa the past week to test the waters, and it was anything but smooth.
Warren dodged questions about her self-claimed Native American ancestry, her microphone stopped working, and the lights cut out during an event that hardly had more than a few dozen supporters.
She even chugged beer, which was labeled as “sin” and chastised by Democrats a few months ago when Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh admitted to liking beer.
Warren’s 2020 presidential bid is already off to a horrific start, and Clinton is dismissing all negative opinions about it because women apparently should be immune to criticism.