04/08/2017

Garbage Millennial Website: Hillary Clinton Is The Sixth Most Beautiful Woman On EARTH

Bre Payton, The Federalist

Not in politics. Not in America. But on the entire earth.

A website that purports to be a content creator for millennials is claiming that failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is the sixth most beautiful woman on planet earth.

Yes. You read that sentence correctly. The woman who resembles a velociraptor in a wig is being touted by a garbage millennial website called “Buzznet” (huh, wonder where they got the idea for that name?) as a regular Helen of Troy.

In a list entitled “Top 30 World’s Most Beautiful Women of 2017,” Buzznet names Margot Robbie (duh), Gigi Hadid (of course), and Gal Gadot (flames emoji).

Aaaaand we get to number six on the list.

Woof.

According to my research, Buzznet isn’t the only platform to offer such a high opinion of Hillary Clinton’s facial structure. There’s a Facebook page with 47 likes called “HILLARY CLINTON: THE WORLD’S MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN.” Ironically, or perhaps accurately, there’s nothing on the page. It’s totally blank aside from a profile photo. Chris Matthews also thinks she’s a hot little number, and a reporter for The New York Times has the hots for her too.

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