Hillary Clinton is touting her gender again in her attempt to win the presidency.
Clinton, the Democratic front-runner in the presidential race, told TIME in a new interview that she would be a better president because she is a woman.
“My life experiences, what I care about, what I’ve been through just make me perhaps more aware of and responsive to a lot of the family issues that people are struggling with, whether it’s affording child care or looking to get their incomes up because everything is increasing in cost,” Clinton said.
But Clinton’s position on abortion is out of touch with most Americans, including most women. Clinton supports aborting unborn babies for any reason through all nine months of pregnancy – a radical stance that most Americans oppose.
The Hill reports more about Clinton’s statements:
When asked if she thinks she would govern differently than a male president, Clinton said “I do,” noting a different emphasis on issues and certain character traits.
“There are some areas where our own life experiences really prepare us to be more receptive. I do think there is something in the governing or organizing approach,” she said.
“I just think women in general are better listeners, are more collegial, more open to new ideas and how to make things work in a way that looks for win-win outcomes.”
She went on to highlight her work at the State Department “increasing resources to cases involving child abductions” and working to promote adoption.
Clinton vocally promotes abortion more often than she does adoption. Clinton’s policies on abortion allow for the destruction of millions of unborn babies who otherwise could have been adopted.
Clinton also recently gained the backing of two major pro-abortion groups. Earlier this week, LifeNews reported the radical abortion advocacy group NARAL endorsed her candidacy. Planned Parenthood, which aborts more babies than any other group in the U.S., also endorsed her this week.
During the first Democratic presidential debate in October, Clinton defended Planned Parenthood although the abortion company has been caught selling aborted babies’ body parts. She said she was tired of the attacks from pro-life Republicans who have been working overtime to try to de-fund the abortion corporation.
“They don’t mind having big government interfere with a woman’s right to choose and to take down Planned Parenthood — they’re fine with big government when it comes to that,” Clinton said. “I’m sick of it.”
Clinton, who also brought up Planned Parenthood unprompted during the second debate, has been bending over backwards to protect and defend her friends at the abortion company, which will pull out all the stops in the 2016 election to ensure she takes over the White House from pro-abortion President Barack Obama.