Hillary Clinton Backer Urges Pulling Gloria Steinem & Madeleine Albright From Campaigning … Hillary’s War on Women … Next Up, Pander to Minorities
Hillary Clinton feeling the backlash from old, out of touch feminist comments …
Just how unlikable is Hillary Clinton and how bad is her message to the electorate, she is even driving women away from her campaign. Following the ridiculous and ill-advised comments from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem, Clinton is now being begged by supporters to pull both Albright and Steinem from the campaign trail and shut them up. Let us not forget that Hillary Clinton laughed hysterically at Albright’s comment that, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”
Hillary Clinton has actually done the unthinkable, she has even managed to drive women away from her campaign. Just how bad a candidate is she? But of course, she is the victim.
Days after two of Hillary Clinton’s most prominent female surrogates, Madeleine K. Albright and Gloria Steinem, drew fire for their comments about young women supporting Senator Bernie Sanders, another Clinton surrogate proposed that the two women be pulled from campaigning for Mrs. Clinton.
On a conference call with elected officials supporting Mrs. Clinton on Tuesday, Deb Goldberg, the Massachusetts state treasurer, suggested that Ms. Albright and Ms. Steinem be “kept away” from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, according to a person briefed on the call who could only discuss the private conversations without attribution.
Christina Reynolds, a spokeswoman for the Clinton campaign who was on the call, replied that she appreciated the feedback but did not elaborate on how the campaign would handle the two high-profile supporters, who in recent days called for young women to basically grow up and support Mrs. Clinton.
The dust-up began on Saturday when Ms. Albright, 78, the first female secretary of state, criticized Mr. Sanders’s “revolution” and said electing the first woman as president would be the real revolution. She then repeated one of her best-known phrases, telling the crowd, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”
Ms. Steinem, 81, and an iconic spokeswoman of the feminist movement, told the talk-show host Bill Maher that young women supported Mr. Sanders to attract the attention of boys.
“When you’re young, you’re thinking: ‘Where are the boys? The boys are with Bernie,” Ms. Steinem said.
The end result of this pathetically run campaign … a tie in Iowa, which many individuals believe Sanders probably won, and a devastating 22 point defeat in New Hampshire. This morning the Clinton Machine wakes up to evaluate the train wreck and last nights devastating loss to a 74 year old socialist where Hillary Clinton lost every voting demographic except the +65 crowd. Sorry, but this is just downright embarrassing that a woman who’s entire life has been based upon her running for president and 2016 is looking a lot like 2008. So now it appears that she can no longer count on the women vote … she will pander to the minorities instead.