EVER WONDER WHY HILLARY CLINTON IS STRUGGLING AGAINST A 74 YEAR OLD SOCIALIST?
WTF … Honestly, what kind of dirtbag tells women that if they don’t help Hillary Clinton, they will go to hell? Seriously, that is exactly what former Secretary of State and Hillary Clinton supporter stated at a rally for Clinton in Concord, NH. And has been feminist Gloria Steinem was not much better. However, this is what the old vile feminist movement is all about. As Doug Powers opines, “Hell hath no fury like a Hillary-supporting feminist scorned.”
Two over-the-hill feminist icons of Mrs. Clinton’s generation made their frustration known over the weekend, calling out young women who dare support the the views of Hillary Clinton’s Democrat opponent Bernie Sanders as their candidate to essentially grow up and get with the program. Albright said of those that would not support Hillary, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”
REALLY? No wonder Hillary Clinton loses all of those under the age of 30 to Bernie. Honestly, who would support this vile shrew who would laugh and yuck it up by such a disgusting comment?
Check out the comments from folks who have nothing good to say about either Albright or Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s older feminist supporters have a message for young women who are not backing her candidacy: Shame on you.
Women were expected to help power Mrs. Clinton to the Democratic nomination, but as she struggles to overcome a tough challenge from Senator Bernie Sanders, her support among them has been surprisingly shaky. Young women, in particular, have been drawn to the septuagenarian socialist from Vermont, and the dynamic has disappointed feminists who dreamed of Mrs. Clinton’s election as a capstone to the movement.
Two feminist icons of Mrs. Clinton’s generation made their frustration known over the weekend, calling on young women who view Mr. Sanders as their candidate to essentially grow up and get with the program.
While introducing Mrs. Clinton at a rally in New Hampshire on Saturday, Madeleine Albright, the first female secretary of state, talked about the importance of electing the first female president. In a dig at the “revolution” that Mr. Sanders often speaks of, she said that the first female commander in chief would be a true revolution. And she scolded any woman who felt otherwise.
“We can tell our story of how we climbed the ladder, and a lot of you younger women think it’s done. It’s not done,” Ms. Albright said of the broader fight for women’s equality. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”
Mrs. Clinton laughed, slowly clapped her hands and took a large sip of her beverage.