The Hillary Clinton Nightmare Continues, You Won’t Believe Where She Just Applied To Work At
Looks like Hillary Clinton has something up her sleeve.
You’d think after the elections, she would realize it was time to call it quits and let President Trump do his job, but nope, she will be going to different colleges and universities and lecturing on her agenda without any type of restrictions.
She has her eye on teaching at one school in particular… Columbia University.
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is plotting her next move after the release of her book last month and is reportedly looking at taking a formal teaching role at the Ivy League Columbia University.
The New York Daily News reports that Clinton is in discussions for a flexible role that would allow the former secretary of state to lecture across schools and departments without the requirement of a strict course.
Clinton has the background for it, as a former law professor at the Arkansas School of Law, but a source “with knowledge of Clinton’s thinking” told the Daily News that “no decisions have been made, but there are talks.”
Clinton is also reportedly in discussions to house her archives at the prestigious university.
“She’s trying to figure out what she wants to do. It could end up with the papers at one place and she has some sort of faculty role at another. She hasn’t quite come to a decision,” the source said.
Clinton released her campaign post-mortem What Happened last month, fueling a fresh round of speculation of what will be next for her. She has set up her own political fundraising group, “Onward Together” and has been on a lengthy speaking tour surrounding the release of the tome.
Ahead of the book’s release, there were reports that she was considering delving more into preaching, becoming a Methodist lay preacher.
“I think it would be more of … her guest preaching at some point,” Clinton’s pastor, Bill Shillady, said. “We have a long history of lay preachers in the United Methodist Church.”
And more about her book tour where she demeans the women her husband sexually harassed:
During a portion of an interview set to air on Sunday’s edition of BBC One’s “The Andrew Marr Show,” former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton defended how her book treats the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct.
After Hillary talked about Harvey Weinstein, anchor Andrew Marr asked Hillary if the way her book “kind of dismissed” the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct and appeared at one of the debates at Donald Trump’s behest was the right thing to do.
She answered, “Well, yes. Because that had all been litigated. I mean, that was the subject of a huge investigation, as you might recall, in the late ’90s. And there were conclusions drawn. And that was clearly in the past.”
Hillary Clinton: Trump Is ‘Insidious and Subversive to Democracy’
Monday at the University of California-Davis, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said President Donald Trump was “insidious and subversive to democracy.”
Clinton said, “There is no such thing as an alternative fact. And despite the best efforts by some to wage war on truth, reason, and evidence we can not let that happen.”
She continued, “When leaders deny things we can see with our own eyes like the size of a crowd of an inauguration it is just frustrating to us that pride ourselves on living in a fact-based universe, it is insidious and subversive to democracy. And when they refuse to accept evidence on everything from the settled science of climate change, to what is actually being proposed — because all you have to do is read it — in their so-called tax reform it has real-world consequences that will only get worse.”
She added, “Just last week the Trump administration announced a new rule that would allow any employer or insurance company to refuse to cover contraception if they have a religious or moral objection. Now that just doesn’t undermine every woman’s right to make her own health decisions it flies in the face of medicine, science, and facts. Thanks to decades of hard work and investment in prevention American is now at a thirty year low of unintended pregnancy, a forty year low for teen pregnancy and the lowest abortion rate since Roe v Wade was decided. And no matter your political party or ideology that has something to do with access to birth control.”
There is a problem with this in my opinion because it is bad enough that the school institutions are liberal as they are, with Hillary Clinton going around with no set curriculum but her own agenda is very dangerous.
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