As if to erase all doubt about Hillary Clinton’s desire to coast into the White House on her reproductive organs alone, the former failed democratic candidate is doubling down on her sexist rhetoric.
You see, Clinton is from the democratic “divide and conquer” school of vote-snatching, in which voter groups are segregated by social and cultural diversity in order for focused attention from the progressive agenda. And, while the left will somehow attempt to maintain the idea that women can’t be sexists – they would be wrong.
Hillary was famous for believing that her womanly virtues made her a shoe-in for the Oval Office. Americans had just elected the first black President, obviously, at least to Hillary, was the fact that Americans would revel at the chance to elect the forest woman President.
And that may well have been true, but no acceptable female candidates were available. Sorry, Hill – America has spoken on that issue, deciding that a boisterous populist with no political experience is entirely a better idea than a Washington insider with a body count that most gangster rappers would love to be able to boast about.
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This reality hasn’t set in for the delusional democratic diva, who is continuing to call out the entire female population of America for not liking her, claiming that non-support for Clinton is akin to passive sexism.
I don’t know about you guys, but I tend to vote on the issues and with my conscience – not with my anatomy professor on speed dial.
Now, Clinton is claiming that she is a “Rorschach test” for women around the country.
“I have often thought that I am a kind of a Rorschach test for people who are trying to make sense, not just of me personally, but of women’s roles and women’s expanded opportunities, in not only America but around the world,” she said during a paid college speech at Rutgers University.
Clinton expressed disappointment that she was no longer seen as an individual because she had been in the public spotlight for 25 years.
She pointed out that she was “the first woman of my generation” as First Lady who actually had a law degree before going to the White House with her husband, which brought about “assumptions and caricatures.” She also pointed to her “monumental” role in working for health care reform as First Lady.
Of course, what she left out are her crowning achievements in the wild world of governmental corruption and self-severing business deals.
In fact, Hillary’s absurd Russian conspiracy theories regarding now-President Donald Trump have turned out to be something that the former Secretary of State could have pulled from her own backstory. Earlier this year it was discovered that Clinton worked hand in hand with the Russian government in order to facilitate a Uranium One Deal that behooved heftily The Clinton Foundation and the Obama administration.