Hillary Clinton’s book tour for What Happened? has become nothing more than the blame game she started seconds after she lost the presidential election to Donald Trump. Now she’s blaming women, and oddly enough, this isn’t the first time she disparaged female voters.
In an interview with MSNBC’s Joy Reid on Saturday, bitter presidential candidate, and loser, Hillary Clinton pointed her finger at a peculiar group of women who must surely have no respect for themselves: those who didn’t vote for the corrupt democrat. When asked what she thought of women wearing T-shirts or buttons deriding her during the election, Hillary said, “When I see women…and it’s predominantly white women…I won women; I lost white women, although I got more white women’s votes than President Obama did in 2012…but when I see women doing that, I think, ‘Why are they disrespecting themselves?’”
So if you have decided to wear political gear that is not in support of Hillary Clinton and you’re a woman, you’ve got no self-respect.
Regarding the not-so-subtle vocalizations hurled at her during the election—such as chants of “Lock her up”—the failed nominee stated: “It was deeply troubling on several levels…because, first of all, it’s not pleasant to be called names and to be subjected to the kind of insults that come across the online media all the time, which we see when women express an opinion.” Male politicians aren’t subjected to insults?
So Hillary apparently believes women’s expression shouldn’t be criticized. Unless, of course, it’s expression against Hillary. –Truth Revolt
As if that isn’t annoying enough, Hillary has also made it clear that she thinks the only reason women voted for Donald Trump was because they were told to do so by their husbands or fathers. Apparently, Hillary doesn’t think women are strong enough to think for themselves and vote for who they think would do the best job. She also continues to double down on the fact that she won more women votes than Barack Obama did in 2012, but women are still sexist, well, the women who didn’t vote for her are anyway.
She wasn’t particularly clear on how any of this could possibly be “sexism,” but then again, we are talking about Hillary Clinton. She did lose to Donald Trump, after all.
Delivered by The Daily Sheeple
We encourage you to share and republish our reports, analyses, breaking news and videos (Click for details).
Contributed by Dawn Luger of The Daily Sheeple.