Hillary Clinton’s Latest Comments Will And Should Infuriate Women

A new book has been released touting another one of Hillary Clinton’s lies.

Since her defeat in the 2016 general election, Hillary refuses to go silently into the night.

She continues to claim she will fight for women and children and “what is right” against the “threats” of conservatives the left perceives as leading America to destruction.

In the new book, Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Hillary is portrayed as a strong Christian woman whose faith is the “bedrock foundation” of her life and career.

But this time, no one is buying the lies.

Lifesite News reported:

During her unsuccessful runs for president, there was a simultaneous attempt to portray the anti-life, anti-family, anti-marriage extremist as a deeply spiritual Christian.

In 2008, God and Hillary Clinton: A Spiritual Life, described Hillary’s “spiritual evolution, detailing the interaction between her lifelong religious beliefs and her personal history that has made her the politician she is today.”

Since losing the election to Donald Trump in November, Hillary refuses to go away. The press reports that since her defeat, Hillary has been praying every day.

In fact, no less than three books have come out about her. The latest one is — surprise! — about her deep Christian faith.

Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions of Hillary Rodham Clinton is touted as Hillary’s book, but she actually only wrote the foreword.  

The book is a compilation of Methodist minister Bill Shillady’s thoughts, whose daily emails to Hillary sought to encourage her though her losing campaign.

From mid-2015 until she lost the election, Shillady sent Hillary a thought a day, some of which she copied in her stump speeches and interviews.

Her campaign did, however, make a clear distinction between “others” outside the womb versus those inside the womb.

In this most recent grasp for attention and adoration from Americans, Hillary commits the worst kind of hypocrisy and blasphemy imaginable.

Throughout her career, and continuing to this day, Hillary has been an advocate for Planned Parenthood, the homosexual agenda, and every piece of anti-life legislation brought forward by the left.

The book of devotionals makes it appear as if Clinton prays daily and writes heartfelt and moving words of inspiration for Christians.

But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Clinton only wrote the forward to the book — it is compiled of the thoughts of Rev. Bill Shillady who sent messages of encouragement to Clinton during her losing campaign.

Hillary Clinton has shown she will use any means necessary to attain power and control, and her daily devotionals were likely no more than an attempt to hold on to any amount of hope for her desires to come to fruition.

But apparently, she only spouts her “faith” and believes in God’s plan when things are going her way.

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And many other “Christian” pastors who Clinton claims to have ties to have made some terrifying claims about the horrors of abortion being part of “God’s will.”

In fact, in the 2008 book, God and Hillary Clinton, Clinton associates and friends reported on her belief in all types of “spiritual guidance”, including séances, astrology, and at one point, an apparent “conversation” with Eleanor Roosevelt in the White House solarium.

LifeSite News continued:

Grove City College professor Paul Kengor’s book also notes the devotion with which Senator Clinton advocates abortion.

The woman who arranged the séance-type sessions atop the White House, Jean Houston, became very close to the Senator. Houston who was known for delving into altered consciousness, the spirit world, and psychic experiences, according to a source quoted in the book, compared Clinton to Joan of Arc and believed her to be the most pivotal woman in all of human history.

[A Kengor colleague] also extracts from the book an analysis of Clinton’s devotion to abortion. “There is no issue closer to Mrs. Clinton’s heart than abortion rights—to which she holds a nearly religious devotion—so much so that it has become a kind of political theology to the senator, equipped with its own set of apologetics.”

It appears that Hillary Clinton’s “faith” is to grasp at any force which she believes will attain the power and control she has fought for time and time again.

Sorry, Hillary, we’re not buying your claims of being a Christian — or your book of “devotionals.”