Hillary Clinton has more excuses for losing than any political candidate in American history, and now she has outright accused President Donald Trump of threatening to steal from women.
The former Democrat presidential candidate claimed, in an interview with the New York Times on Saturday, that the president campaigned on a promise to steal jobs from women and give them to men.
“The message from Trump was a retrograde message of nostalgia: ‘We can go back to the way things were. You don’t have to compete with a woman for a job,'” she said.
Clinton offered no proof of this claim, and the Times didn’t bother to press her on it.
“If that woman, that immigrant, that Muslim, that African-American, if they get ahead, that’s coming from me,” she said the president insinuated to white males.
She continued to push the idea that sexism, and sexist voters, were one of the main causes for her defeat.
The Daily Caller likened it to a “Leave it to Beaver” style of America that she claimed the president pushed.
“The idea that women have to fit certain stereotypes; that’s a weight around the ankle of every ambitious woman I’ve ever met,” she said. “We get constant messaging our whole lives: You’re not thin enough, talented enough, smart enough. Your voice isn’t what we want to hear. This has to be called out for what it is: a cultural, political, economic game that’s being played to keep women in their place.”
Clinton claimed that there is still a “well-coordinated campaign to fuel anger” going on but that she is above the fray.
“Remember, Trump was provoking violence at this rallies…But despite my efforts to break through and put forward the plans I had, I never figured out how to contend with the anger or overcome it,” she said.
Has she heard of Antifa?
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