Quantcast

Fiorina Says Hillary Using Bill Clinton 'to Get Ahead' in Election

Opinions are awfully easy to come by in a normal political election cycle, but they seem to be flying out even quicker for this year’s heated presidential election. According to Newsmax, Carly Fiorina is the latest to weigh in with some words of wisdom, and let’s just say she’s not pulling any punches.

The former CEO of Hewlett Packard was also a candidate in the early going of primary season on the Republican side, and it doesn’t sound like she’s shifted party affiliations since being bounced from the race. Fiorina took to Facebook to offer up some thoughts on how Hillary Clinton rose to prominence in the Democratic Party, and she thinks the coattails of her husband are to blame.

"Far from being a trailblazing woman who has risen through her own merit and accomplishment, Hillary Clinton is, in fact, someone who has used her husband's name, fame, and charisma to get ahead," Fiorina wrote.

In case there was any confusion on who will definitely not be getting her vote this November, Fiorina made things crystal clear, and also offered up a directive for her followers.

"She will say and do anything, and sacrifice everything, in the power of her ambition. We must not allow her to be President of the United States," she wrote.

Source: Newsmax
Photo: Facebook/Carly Fiorina

Tell Us What You Think

More News Stories

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, confronted Monday night by a protester during a campaign rally, told his audience that he...

One morning, Pennsylvania woman Ann Caplan was leaving for work when she saw something strange out of her neighbor's bathroom window. A message...

On Monday, top Senate Republican Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) accused President Obama of "bullying the Supreme Court" into upholding a key facet of...

One gym is causing a bit of a stir with a newly instituted policy. If you were hoping to catch up on the news while getting in your workout, that...

Overland Park, Kansas was a nice hangout for locals to get close to nature, but they were surprised when someone turned their local park into a...

Latest News Stories

Despite Donald Trump’s failure to win the popular vote in November’s election, most Americans hope he succeeds as president, a recent poll...

A school district in Washington State sent a three-page letter to a football coach asking him to stop his mid-field, post-game prayers. Bremerton...

The investigation being led by special counsel Robert Mueller shows absolutely no signs of being wrapped up anytime soon. What once was supposed...

As President Obama held a press conference outlining the details of his executive action on increasing background checks for gun purchases, he...

President Donald J. Trump was sworn into office on Friday, and by Monday he had been hit with his first major lawsuit. A liberal-leaning citizens...