I know, I know. Why are we still talking about Hillary Clinton?
The woman is like a skin rash. No matter how often we try to get rid of it, it keeps coming back.
Most of the time, it’s because the egomaniac demands attention. Even though she lost, she still considers herself important to the country.
Some people disagree, including the Texas Board of Education. The Lone Star State has decided Hillary Clinton is not important enough to teach at schools.
So, she’s being removed from their curriculum.
From Business Insider:
The Texas Board of Education has voted to remove Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller, and several other historical figures from the K-12 social studies curriculum, according to a report from USA Today…
The decision was triggered after several members of the 15-person working group concluded there were too many historical figures for Texas kids to have to remember…
High schoolers had previously learned about Hillary Clinton under a “citizenship” portion of the curriculum which included “significant political and social leaders” such as Andrew Carnegie, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Thurgood Marshall.
It’s kind of odd that Clinton was talked about in Texas classes, anyway.
Did she make a significant enough impact to warrant a mention under “citizenship?” Maybe she belongs under the heading of “Worst Americans to Serve Public Office.”
After all, she had a pathetic tenure as a Senator. She went on to become Secretary of State, only to help in the murders of Americans in Benghazi.
She lied to cover that one up.
Clinton also gave American uranium to Russia, after Russian oligarchs gave her charity big bucks.
There’s little good in the life of Hillary Clinton. While trying to run for president, she schemed to wrongfully take over her own party—a year before the nomination.
While running under the DNC banner, she colluded with Russia and foreign agents to craft a fake dossier to smear her competitor.
Her cronies in Washington used the dossier to illegal acquire a warrant to spy on an American citizen.
And that’s just for starters! How about the time she used slave labor to renovate the Arkansas governor’s mansion (as she admits in her own book)!
When you consider everything, it’s strange she was a part of the curriculum at all. Given the many amazing Americans—who have done so many things to change the world—Hillary should be way at the bottom of the list.
I’m sure she was very happy to learn of this news, though.
Source: Business Insider