Hillary Clinton cannot stop whining over losing the 2016 election, and says the 61 million Americans who voted for Donald Trump are to blame because they hate women and minorities.
“His whole campaign — ‘Make America Great Again’ — was looking backwards,” Clinton said. “You know, you didn’t like black people getting rights; you don’t like women getting jobs; you don’t want to see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are.’”
Hillary made the race- and gender-baiting comments while shilling her book “What Happened” in India over the weekend, where she once again played the Woman Card while blaming Trump supporters for the election she should easily have won.
In addition to dismissing all Trump supporters as sexist and racist, the two-time failed presidential candidate said they’re less valuable than Hillary supporters.
“If you look at the map of the United States, there’s all that red in the middle where Trump won,” Clinton said. “I win the coast. I win, you know, Illinois and Minnesota — places like that. I won the places that represent two-thirds of America’s gross domestic product. So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward.”
It’s ironic that Hillary made those comments in India, because President Trump enjoys fairly robust support from Indian-Americans in the United States and even hired two Indian-Americans to fill high-level jobs in his adminstration: Raj Shah is the deputy press secretary of the Trump White House, and Ajit Pai is the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
A Trump supporter who’s both female and a minority — conservative pundit Michelle Malkin — said Hillary needs to stop blaming other people for her failed campaign and get over herself.
“The treachery and anti-American sentiment that drove Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton all of these years bubbled up,” Malkin told Fox News host Sean Hannity. “Now she is overseas trashing America. In particular, American women for the loss that only falls on her shoulders.”
Malkin continued: “Thank you, Blamery. Blamery —that is her name. That is who she is. As if we don’t already have the longest list of all the people she blamed other than herself for her loss.”
Malkin said it’s ridiculous that Hillary is slamming all the American women who voted for President Trump by suggesting they’re brainwashed and stupid.
“Here she is trashing all of America’s women for being brainwashed somehow,” Malking said. “What about our free will? What about our choices? What about our desire for our families to have America that is great again?”
Clinton also stood by her previous comments suggesting that white women who voted for Trump did it because they were pressured their husbands, sons or bosses: “[It is] a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.”
For decades, Hillary Clinton has paid lip service to championing women, but in reality, she’s a poser and fake feminist who doesn’t support women at all.
During her lucrative years of public service, Hillary viciously attacked women who leveled credible rape and sexual assault accusations against her husband Bill Clinton. Hillary and the Clinton Foundation have also accepted tens of millions of dollars from anti-women regimes like Saudi Arabia.
In 1978, Juanita Broaddrick said she was brutally raped by Bill Clinton when he was attorney general of Arkansas. When Broaddrick and other women (including Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones and Gennifer Flowers) came forward, Hillary launched a vicious smear campaign to discredit them.
She trashed her husband’s accusers as “bimbo eruptions.” To this day, Hillary has never apologized to any of her husband’s accusers for defaming them.
Former Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Somali-born Dutch activist, has blasted Western feminists like Hillary for not condemning Muslim nations’ brutal oppression of women.
“One would think that Western feminists in the United States and Europe would be very disturbed by this obvious misogyny,” Ali wrote. “But sadly, with few exceptions, this does not appear to be the case.”
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