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Hillary Clinton Goes Back To Her Old Tricks, Calling “Sexism” on Spicer


Hillary Clinton, regardless of her backwards politics and unparalleled corruption, will be forever remembered as America’s first woman to almost be President.

Clinton, whose downright dirty exploits as Secretary of State were revealed to the world via massive leaks disseminated by Julian Assange and Wikileaks, had everything going for her in the 2016 election.  Not only was she the heir apparent to the king of democratic millennials and liberal freeloaders, she had some form of diplomatic experience and a heavily stacked team behind her.

Oh, and lest we forget, she was a woman.

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There’s no polite or politically correct way to state it.  Hillary Clinton’s gender was poised to play an enormous role in election of 2016.  Hillary herself was often accused of playing up the so-called “woman card” on the campaign trail as well, attempting to garner some sort of wink-wink, nudge-nudge gal pal nonsense at many of her speaking stops.  Even Clinton’s most often used campaign slogan, “I’m With Her”, reeked of reverse sexism, a was more than a little condescending to open-minded voters who weren’t casting their ballots based on genital configuration alone.

No, this is not a politically correct statement to make, but it has to be made:  Hillary received a substantial amount of votes because she is a woman.  Plain and simple.

Never mind that she’s a corrupt woman with a history of violence against her family and her coworkers.  Nor should we acknowledge the pay-to-play scams she employed in the State Department.   No, she is going to ride that “I’m a woman” train all the way to the Oval Office.

Except that didn’t happen.  Instead, women the world over sent Hillary packing by overwhelmingly voting for Donald Trump over the crooked former first lady.

That hasn’t stopped Clinton from hurling insults at the current administration and their “casual sexism”, (an oxymoron if we’ve ever heard one), while simultaneously attempting to maintain the nation’s attention.

“Speaking in front of thousands of women at the Professional BusinessWomen of California, Clinton — though never mentioning Spicer’s name — accused President Trump’s chief spokesman of patronizing a press corps member.

“’Just look at all that has happened in the last few days to women who were simply doing their jobs,’ Clinton began. ‘April Ryan, a respected journalist with unrivaled integrity, was doing her job just this afternoon in the White House press room, when she was patronized and cut off trying to ask a question.’

“Decrying the daily workplace ‘indignities’ women, ‘especially women of color,’ endure, Clinton urged the room full of women’s business leaders to ‘Resist. Insist. Persist. Enlist.’”

Clinton has possibly outed herself as the least qualified person on the planet to speak about sexism with these comments.

For those unfamiliar with the April Ryan incident, the aforementioned reporter was caught acting extremely unprofessionally during a press briefing with White House spokesperson Sean Spicer.  Not only was Ryan commanding an exorbitant amount of Spicer’s time with followup comments and snide remarks, Ryan continually shook her head at Spicer as if to say “no, your answer isn’t good enough”.

Ryan’s catty and dismissive behavior has done more harm than good in the world of professional female journalists.  Of course, Hillary Clinton has a hard time recognizing this, as her only requirement to be exalted as a divine figure is to be born without testes.


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