During an event at Georgetown University, Hillary Clinton reflected on her loss during the 2016 presidential election, citing certain key factors that contributed to her demise.
If you thought Clinton did the usual shtick, going low and blaming “misogyny” and “sexism” for her loss then … you’d be right.
They say that people with certain vices and issues can’t be helped if they won’t admit the problem. And there’s no way Hillary will ever accept her defeat if she won’t admit SHE was the problem.
Speaking in a panel segment, Clinton said: “Any of you who’ve read my book about ‘what happened’ know that I think misogyny and sexism was part of that campaign—it was one of the contributing factors.”
“Some of it was old-fashioned sexism and the refusal to accept the equality of women, and certainly the equality of women’s leadership.”
— Cristina Laila (@cristinalaila1) February 5, 2018
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It must be one of those scenarios where the pathological liar just repeats things over and over again in the hopes that it becomes truth. It’s clearly the truth in her own tunnel vision-plagued little mind.
Clinton was at Georgetown to present a “Human Rights Award” and discuss the importance of female leadership in advancing human rights.
She said these things without a hint of irony that the New York Times recently dropped a story that Clinton actually covered up for a “top advisor,” Burns Strider, who was accused of repeated sexual harassment during her failed 2008 bid for the presidency.
Oh yeah, she’s a champion of women’s leadership all right. Perhaps the misogynist is the one that looks at her in the mirror every morning.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 15, 2017
As Judge Jeanine Pirro once said, “Hillary, ‘twasn’t misogyny that killed the beast, ‘twas karma.”
That, and of course, voter ID laws, “Those Damn Emails,” FBI director James Comey, Russian interference, the DNC, Bernie Sanders, Barack Obama, and on and on.
It could never be the uber-unlikable candidate herself.
Did misogyny and sexism cost Hillary the election? Or did Hillary cost Hillary the election? Share your thoughts below!
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