LA Times editor says questioning Hillary’s health is off-limits… because she’s a woman

The moment Hillary Clinton announced she was running for president, the mainstream media was triggered to cry sexism at every turn.

The assistant managing editor for politics at the Los Angeles Times, Christina Bellantoni, appeared on Fox News’ “Media Buzz” on Sunday and suggested even questioning Clinton’s health status was an exercise in sexism.

“I think it’s dangerous to diagnose anyone from a photograph or a piece of video or even what they are saying. Right? I am pregnant, four months into it, I haven’t told anybody. You really don’t know what’s going on with somebody’s health…,” she told host Howard Kurtz. “You know, this is where it’s just dangerous. Yes, medical records are helpful but particularly when you have a female candidate these issues are not what we should be talking about.”

Does Bellantoni think the 68-year-old Clinton is pregnant? Because that would be major news not only in politics, but in science too.


Carmine Sabia


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