Following Hillary Clinton's self-declaration that she is the once and future "Champion" of the downtrodden, Democrats have been scrambling to find any specific qualifications she has for the presidency. After all, her tenure as Secretary of State was disastrous, the debacle of "Hillary Care" set the party back for almost 20 years, and her list of personal scandals is even longer than the list of phone numbers in her husband's little black book.
Fortunately, the erstwhile journalists at Time Magazine have finally found one quality about Hillary which would make her a perfect president: she's post-menopausal.
According to an alleged psychiatrist (who gave his opinion in return for a free subscription to Time Magazine for his waiting room), "A woman emerging from the transition of perimenopause blossoms. It is a time for redefining and refining what it is she wants to accomplish in her third act. They are primed to handle stress well, and there is, of course, no more stressful job than the presidency."
Looked at another way, the statement seems to suggest that women who have not gone through menopause really aren't great candidates for political office or any other jobs which are stressful (which is, by the way, why they're called jobs). A "war on women" sentiment which still-fecund millennial women like Lefty Lucy would surely resent if uttered by a Republican.
Still, if this is the best endorsement of Hillary that the liberal media can come up with, so be it. If they can't have a candidate who represents "new blood," then one with "no blood" will have to do.
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