All of us have dreamed about what it would be like to watch a debate between Hillary and one of the strong, conservative women we look up to. Here’s 10 women we would love to see destroy Hillary in a debate:
Carly Fiorina is by far the classiest woman to make a bid for the presidency this year. She worked for her success. She started as a receptionist and eventually becoming a CEO at Hewlett-Packard. Fiorina was considered one of the most powerful women in business during her time there. Carly has criticized Clinton for her lack of integrity and reminded America that titles are not accomplishments with class, grace, and just a hint of sass.
Townhall Editor, Fox News contributor, author of the book Assault and Flattery, and cowboy boot enthusiast Katie Pavlich began her successful journalism career in 2010. She has been a news editor for Townhall.com. Furthermore, she repeatedly refutes the left’s “Republican war on women” rhetoric and calls out Hillary Clinton for being an enabler of abusive, powerful men. She focuses on the fact that the real war on women is being waged by the Democratic Party.
The daughter of Haitian immigrants who came to America with nothing more than $10 in their pocket, Mia Love says her politics were shaped by her humble childhood. She became the first black Republican woman ever elected to Congress in 2014. In a recent facebook post Love said “A female President would certainly be historic, but Hillary Clinton would be a historic disaster. Shattering the glass ceiling with her shrill rhetoric along with the blunt force of her divisive and dishonest political machine is more of a breakdown than a breakthrough. Her promises to continue the same failed policies of President Obama, which have sadly hurt women and minorities the most, should not be viewed as enlightened vision or real leadership.”
Tomi hosted her first show on OANN called On Point with Tomi in 2014 at the age of 21. She began a new show with TheBlaze in late 2015. Tomi has been a vocal supporter of military, law enforcement, conservatism, and is proud to be everything liberals hate. Tomi has blasted Hillary for being a self-serving perpetual liar, who cares nothing about the American people.
Nikki Haley was born to Indian immigrants in 1972. She was elected as South Carolina’s first Indian-American and first female Governor 38 years later. Haley is the youngest sitting governor, she was chosen to give the 2016 Republican Response to the State of the Union. Nikki continues to fight for both her state and conservative principles every day. She most certainly is Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare.
Dana Losech is a conservative talk radio and television host, political commentator, author, and NRA Women’s Policy Advisor. She began hosting her radio show in 2008, now a nationally syndicated daily program. Dana is a vocal supporter of Second Amendment rights and conservative policies. She has time and time again pointed out Clinton’s hypocrisy, especially where it relates to gun rights, and isn’t afraid to stir up a little controversy.
Born and raised in Iowa, Joni Ernst served 23 years between the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. She became the first woman to represent Iowa in either house of Congress. Joni has since worked to protect the Second Amendment and support pro-life policies. “It’s not enough to be a woman“ Ernst told CNN’s Dana Bash, “You have to care about women’s issues, and women’s issues here in Iowa are that we have a strong economy; we have jobs that our sons and daughters can go off to someday; we have a great educational system. And women want strong national defense. We want to know that our families are going to be safe.“
Condoleezza Rice made history when she became the first black woman to serve as the United States’ national security advisor and Secretary of State. As Secretary of State, she worked to build and sustain democratic, well-governed states around the world. Rice is yet another example of a strong, conservative woman who doesn’t need identity politics or Hillary’s big government policies to be successful.
After serving in the state senate for six years, she ran for Congress. Marsha became the first woman in Tennessee history to be elected to Congress. During her time in Washington, she has worked to support and enforce conservative policies and values. After being asked by Larry King whether or not she thought America was ready for a female president she replied, “Absolutely, but I don’t think it’s going to be Hillary Clinton…what people are looking for is leadership that is going to listen. I think they want some things to be done differently. And they’re looking for action-based, results-oriented leadership.”