Hillary Clinton: Hobby Lobby Decision “Deeply Disturbing” Compares To Abuse Of Women In Islamic World

July 1, 2014 12:02 pmViews: 591

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Because Hillary Clinton thinks the recent Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby Lobby is "deeply disturbing", she has compared treatment of women in this country to countries, "that are very unstable, anti-democratic, and frankly prone to extremism.” In effect she means the Islamic world that she gushes over.

How on Earth this woman can compare the real "war on women" taking place in societies where women are beaten by their spouses, can't drive, can't get an education, have to wear full, dark coverings in blistering hot climates and where women who are raped are subject to punishment for enticing the rapists, to a society where a private company has doesn't want to pay for something women have the full freedom to pay for themselves, is utterly and completely astounding.

It is nothing short of propaganda.

And let's not forget this diatribe is coming from a woman who's husband, if he were not a former president, would be considered a sexual predator. Ms Clinton, by looking the other way during Bill's sexcapades, enabled his own personal "war on women."

Read more below from Buzz Feed:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Monday called the Supreme Court’s ruling that employers with religious objections can refuse to pay for insurance coverage for contraception “deeply disturbing.” […]

During her remarks on the topic, Clinton said “this element” is seen in foreign countries where women are deprived of rights. “Among those rights is control over their bodies, control over their own health care, control over the size of their families,” she said. “It is a disturbing trend that you see in a lot of societies that are very unstable, anti-democratic, and frankly prone to extremism.”

“Part of the reason I was so adamant about including women and girls in our foreign policy, not as a luxury but as a central issue is because they’re often the canaries in the mine,” Clinton said. “You watch women and girls being deprived of their rights, some of them never have them, some of them lose them. Among those rights is control over their bodies, control over their own health care, control over the size of their families. It is a disturbing trend that you see in a lot of societies that are very unstable, anti-democratic, and frankly prone to extremism. Where women and women’s bodies are used as the defining and unifying issue to bring together people – men – to get them to behave in ways that are disadvantageous to women but which prop up them because of their religion, their sect, their tribe, whatever.”

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