Hillary Clinton would make a terrible roulette player, given her propensity for betting the house on a single concept as opposed to diversifying her outreach.
In 2016, Hillary Clinton’s supporters touted her as the “first” female candidate for president – something that the former First Lady campaigned heavily on, even though it wasn’t even close to true. As a matter of fact, there were at least a dozen women before Hillary that had Oval Office aspirations.
Still, the gist of the Clinton campaign was simple: If you want a female President, elect me. Heck, even Hillary’s campaign slogan was a diss on the male gender.
This ridiculous goading of the American voter was a bit of cleverly hidden reverse psychology, daring the end user to choose between “just another old, rich white guy” and “not just another old, rich white guy”. It was a chunk of semantic chicanery that would have made Joseph Goebbels uncomfortable.
Yet, Clinton continued betting it all on “The Woman Card”, hoping to ride a leftist, feminist wave into office.
Obviously, that didn’t work, seeing as the former Secretary of State has been relegated to a footnote in political history, may soon be in jail, and had to write a book about the election titled “What Happened“.
Now, reports from inside the failed 2016 campaign show that Clinton’s feminist illusion was a manufactured piece of deceit, as the former First Lady employed a number of well-known chauvinists and sexists who were fond of speaking openly about sexual conquests involving traveling journalists.
New York Times reporter Amy Chozick has a new book about Hillary Clinton’s campaign, and it reveals that some of Hillary’s male staffers weren’t so politically correct in private chats.
Chozick refers to a group of Clinton’s male press aides as “The Guys,” and writes that one made a joke about having sex with her.
“The Guys constantly mess with Chozick, magnifying her self-doubts,” The Washington Post reports. “‘I don’t care what you write because no one takes you seriously,’ Outsider Guy says.”
And, even more vile that that:
The undercurrent of sexism spills over when Chozick and Original Guy spar over whether a prior conversation can go on the record, and he randomly paraphrases a crude line from “Thank You for Smoking,” a 2005 film in which a reporter sleeps with a lobbyist for information. “I didn’t know I had to say it was off the record when I was inside you,” Original Guy smirks. (“The words hung there,” Chozick recalls, “so grossly gynecological.”)
This is the type of liberal staffer that Hillary Clinton chose to employ in her quest to shape the culture of this great nation.
Given the complete and utter lack of humanity shown by Hillary in the aftermath of her harrowing defeat, we are truly surprised to see that the crooked former diplomat is still showing her face in public.