In a rare public sighting, Hillary Clinton and her longtime friend and assistant Huma Abedin were spotted together in New York City. However, more than seeing the mostly reclusive Hillary out and about following her devastating election loss, viewers were noticed something else. Apparently, the two liberals are more hypocritical than ever, and people are disgusted by it.
The former Secretary of State spent the day at the Bergdorf Goodman Salon, where she spent $600 on a hairstyle and another $600 on a dye job. That’s $1,200 in total for a cut and color. Huma, on the other hand, was present only for friendly support and to carry the handbags.
Speaking of handbags, Huma struggled on the icy sidewalk to carry two bags: Hillary’s $2,435 Givenchy Antigona, and her own $2,580 Prada Saffiano tote. Take a closer look:
Keep in mind, these are two liberal women who have spent their careers claiming that they represent “the common American” and the poor while bashing wealthy businessmen, such as President Donald Trump, who earned his money through a lifetime of hard work while Hillary Clinton became wealthy through a career in government. Is it any wonder she historically lost at the hands of Trump? The hypocrisy is so blatant that it does not inspire one to vote for her.
Apparently, public sightings of Hillary are soon to become more common. On Friday, she delivered a St. Patrick’s Day speech for the Society of Irish Women’s annual dinner. In the speech, Hillary said that “she’s ‘ready to come out of the woods” to “help Americans find common ground.”
She told the women’s group, “I’m like a lot of my friends right now, I have a hard time watching the news… What can we do to try to bring people together and to try to find that common ground, even higher ground, sister, so that we listen to each other again and we know that we can make a difference? I’m not sure it will come out of Washington yet, but I think it can come out of Scranton. Let’s find ways to do that.”
Did she really just say “higher ground, sister?” Evidently, this representative of the common people believes that higher ground includes $1,200 haircuts and $2,435 handbags. It is no wonder that she lost, and also no wonder that people are not offended by the authentic brashness of the actual victor, Donald Trump. It is a new time in America, and the hypocrisy we have grown accustomed to from career politicians is less popular than ever.