30 Seconds of Chelsea Clinton Rambling Incoherently About 'Interconnectedness'

This is definitive proof she inherited her mother's political skills.

This is absolutely baffling. Powerline blog posted a video of Chelsea Clinton talking on a panel at the 2017 CARE National Conference where she was introduced as an "activist, thought leader, and change agent."

"It’s been obvious for a while now that Chelsea Clinton is the Next Big Project of Clinton, Inc., but it doesn’t seem to be going so well. In this 30-second clip, the heiress apparent blathers incoherently about the “interconnectedness” of everything, especially how climate change and child marriage are somehow connected."

She urged the audience to "carry multiple concerns in both our head and our heart." She continued:

"Just listening to the concerns around education and climate change, and women's health, child marriage, access to technology—all of those are of course interconnected. We have to focus on each of them kind of in their interconnectedness, and also as individual outrages that do demand our attention. We also have to realize, particularly at this moment, that sexism is not an opinion, Islamophobia is not an opinion, racism is not an opinion, homophobia is not an opinion, jingoism is not an opinion."

Wait, what?

That's not all that was wrong with her speech. She said these issues are both interconnected and "individual outrages.” Does that make sense to anyone? Watch her speak for definitive proof that she got her political skill from her mother, not her father.