Carly Fiorina to Hillary Clinton: ‘I’m a Feminist and I’m not Voting for You’

Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina holds 'Coffee With Carly' at Blake's Restaurant February 8, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire
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Former 2016 GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took on presumptive Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton and progressive leaders including President Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, telling women in the audience at the “Road to Majority” conference in Washington, D.C., “Don’t let anyone tell you what to think” or who to vote for in the general election.

“I think feminism is when everyone has the opportunity, just like every man has the opportunity, to use every single one of their God given gifts and live the life they choose,” Fiorina stated during her speech. “Mrs. Clinton, news flash — I’m a feminist and I’m not voting for you.”

Florina bashed Clinton, Obama, Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) who Fiorina says are locking arm-in-arm to sell progressivism to the American people.

“Progressivism really is the collection, the concentration of power in too few hand so that too few people tell the rest of us how to live our lives,” Fiorina criticized. “The tyranny of the few over the many.”

She added that progressivism “is what our founders feared most.”

Florina was speaking to conservative activists on Friday at the “Road to Majority”  in Washington, D.C., which is hosted by Concerned Women for America and the Faith & Freedom Coalition.

Concerned Women for America president and CEO Penny Nance introduced Fiorina to the audience, saying she was proud to watch Fiorina throughout the GOP primary election cycle and “what great dignity she brought to this election process.”

“Unlike Hillary Clinton, she refused to play the gender card,” Nance added of Fiorina.

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