LMAO: Hillary Compares Herself To WONDER WOMAN — Maybe In Her Wildest DREAMS!

Hillary Clinton is humble…said no one ever!

That was one of her problems during the election but it seems like she hasn’t learned her lesson.

During a video message for the Women in Film Los Angeles’ Crystal + Lucy Awards, Hillary Clinton compared herself to DC Comics superhero Wonder Woman.

She started out by thanking Women in Film for its “commitment to lifting up women directors, producers, writers, composers and executives.”

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She then suggested that she and Wonder Woman were very much alike; both on a quest to “save the world”.

“Now I haven’t seen Wonder Woman yet, but I’m going to, in part because it’s directed by the fabulous Patty Jenkins. But something tells me that a movie about a strong, powerful woman fighting to save the world from a massive international disaster is right up my alley.”

Umm…no, we don’t think so. Not even close.

Okay, let’s take a step back. Hillary hasn’t seen the movie yet. But I have. And I can tell you Hillary and Wonder Woman are worlds apart.

In the movie, Wonder Woman is seeking truth (not Hillary’s strong suit).

She is fighting to protect people, even walking in the face of danger when no one else will. She is not worried about her well being, as long as she can save lives.

She is a strong, powerful woman who isn’t going to let people push her around. Yet, she is still feminine and caring. (There is one scene where she runs up to hug a baby, and oh my gosh it’s adorable!)

She is able to be strong and independent without becoming a man-hating witch.

Now, does that sound like Hillary to you? We didn’t think so.

Also, we would like to point out that Hillary honors actress Elizabeth Banks, who has ripped on Trump numerous times.

And she did mention the director of Wonder Woman, but there was no mention of Gal Gadot, the pro-Israel actress who plays the heroine.


Sounds like Hillary is out for herself and those who she can benefit off of. What else is new?


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