Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has claimed women are the “primary victims” of “climate change,” highlighting Ukraine as prime example.
During a discussion at the 30/50 Summit in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, Clinton honed in on all the ‘woke talking points.
“Women and children are the primary victims of conflict and of climate change and there is no place that unfortunately, tragically, shows us that more dramatically than Ukraine today,” Clinton said.
“But there are a lot of other conflicts, a lot of other challenges that we have to take into account as we look at gender apartheid and Afghanistan,” she said.
‘The persecution and oppression of girls and women exercising their freedom of choice in Iran and so many other places,” Clinton added.
But how the Ukraine war demonstrates how women are affected by climate change is unclear, as the conflict has nothing to do with global warming.
Clinton also failed to explain how the earth’s temperature disproportionally impacts women.
During the discussion, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski asserted that some of our “children and grandchildren have fewer rights than we had.”
“Can you talk about the consequences of that reality as it pertains to women’s rights in America but also around the world?” she asked Clinton.
Clinton responded that progress is being made on a “range of issues” relating to the women’s rights, adding the coronavirus had a “disproportionate impact on women and girls around the world.” Consequences, according to Clinton, include “increases in domestic violence, increase[s] in child marriage, increase[s] in unemployment.”
“And we have seen organized pushback to the advancement of women,” she said, citing the Secretary General of the United Nations who said that based on current data, “it would take 250 years for women to achieve pay equality” post-coronavirus.
It’s no surprise Clinton has a new focus on Ukraine after she praised Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky after his speech, calling it “extraordinary” and comparing it to former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
“Their cause is our cause,” she said in December.