Madeleine Albright’s warning that women who don’t vote for Hillary are going to hell should probably be taken seriously given that Albright once justified the deaths of half a million Iraqi children, and almost certainly has a special place reserved in hades for herself.
“There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other… [some] don’t understand the importance of why young women have to support Hillary Clinton,” Albright said during a Clinton campaign event on Saturday.
The remark was another reference to what seems to be the Clinton campaign’s primary platform – ‘vote for Hillary because she has a v@gin@’.
The irony of Clinton constantly touting her feminist credentials is particularly disgusting given her past role in hiring people to terrorize women who alleged they were raped by Bill Clinton.
However, if you believe in the concept of hell, Madeleine Albright is guaranteed to have a one way ticket.
During a 60 Minutes interview in 1996, Albright, then Ambassador to the United Nations, infamously suggested that 500,000 dead Iraqi children due to UN sanctions was a price worth paying.
“We have heard that half a million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?” Lesley Stahl asked Albright.
“We think the price is worth it,” Albright responded.
After receiving intense criticism, Albright later tried to back away from the callous comment, but still took time to accuse Stahl of engaging in “Iraqi propaganda” simply for asking the question.
Given that Alright believes that geopolitical motives justify the mass slaughter of children, it’s no surprise that she seems very familiar with the concept of hell as she approaches the age of 80.
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