Hillary Clinton is the most unlikable politician in American history. Try and name someone as fake and robotic as her, it’s not easy.
Clinton recently quoted an old African proverb, for reasons unknown to the sensible among us.
“When a conniving woman with a heart of ice and hair the color of chemical flaxen runs for tribal chief, her devious ways will be undone by the private letters she sent by the power of lightning, and she will be defeated by a mysterious man from a tall tower.” — old African proverb.
Conservative Tribune reports:
According to Truth Revolt, the kerfuffle has to do with the name of Clinton’s new PAC, Onward Together. You may think it’s named after where the Democrats should be moving from Clinton after last November’s election, but you’d be wrong. That, after all, would require her exiting stage left.
Clinton’s people say the name came from an old proverb — not identified as African on her website — which states that “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Of course, there’s the one obvious problem that Clinton didn’t go particularly quickly (she needed until just before the final primaries to clinch her victory over rumpled socialist Bernie Sanders) or far (at least, not as far as Pennsylvania Ave.) during her 2016 campaign. But that’s not the only problem.
At this point, the proverb might even be fake. NPR tried to trace the roots of the proverb after Sen. Corey Booker used it in a speech at the Democratic National Convention. All they could determine was that it may be “an African saying.”
Even more hilarious, Booker was criticized for saying it at the DNC, the same one where Clinton was eventually nominated to represent the party.
Prominent liberals took to Twitter to bash Clinton for her decision to try and “appropriate” African culture.
This is another classic example of how out of touch Clinton is with the average American voter.
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