Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came under fire from a Catholic priest in Texas for remarks she made equating American pro-lifers with the cruel regimes in Afghanistan and Sudan.
The fourth bishop of Tyler’s Diocese is Bishop Joseph Edward Strickland. On November 28, 2012, His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston ordained him to the episcopacy.
Speaking from the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas’ Women’s Voices Summit, Hillary said, “We have come a long way since I made that statement back in 1995 on so many fronts. But we are also in a period of time where there is a lot of pushback and much of the progress that has been, I think, taken for granted by too many people is under attack.”
Please, please don’t listen to this evil woman. Her lies and immorality need to be silenced for the good of humanity. https://t.co/fZhp6bljnK— Bishop J. Strickland (@Bishopoftyler) December 3, 2022
She continued, saying that women’s health care and physical autonomy are literally under attack in nations like Iran, Afghanistan, and Ukraine, where rape is a weapon of war, as well as under attack by political and cultural forces in nations like our own.
It’s so surprising to believe that we share any connection with poor Afghanistan and Sudan, she went on to say. However, despite the fact that we claim to have an advanced economy, we are unhappily grouped in with them on this criteria.
From our country to others we can’t even believe we’re being compared to, despotism and democracy are at war.
One of the tales that has stuck with me is that black women, especially educated and wealthy ones like Serena Williams, frequently come dangerously near to passing away during childbirth because no one is paying attention to her.
“We need to be standing with the people of Iran,” says @HillaryClinton. “I would not be negotiating with Iran on anything right now – including the nuclear agreement. I think that, frankly, the horse is out of the barn.” pic.twitter.com/ImIRnB68aR— Christiane Amanpour (@amanpour) December 1, 2022
The Clinton Foundation’s executive director, Stephanie Streett, stated in a statement “Today, women across the United States and around the world face challenges to their freedom. Through the ongoing Women’s Voices Exhibition and this week’s summit, we will examine the historical struggle to defend and advance women’s rights by bringing together a wide range of voices, perspectives, and solutions to accelerate the pace of progress toward equality, ‘once and for all.”