Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Hillary Clinton and author of “She Persisted,” a feminist book for your child, claims that the reason America didn’t elect her mother was because we’re all too… sexist.
Yep! That little snowflake who’s come into more money than we could ever dream of because of her last name has had the nerve to say that the reason America didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton was because we hate women.
Now I’ll just say, I was in no way a fan of Trump either, but I’m pretty sure America had quite a few reasons not to vote for Hillary, and I’m sure her genitalia didn’t top the list.
In her recent Variety Magazine interview, she talked about how she was “not surprised” that America is this sexist after joining her mother on the campaign trail. I wonder if she rode in a normal car like us peasants or in she rode in a limo with a full motorcade.
“I’m deeply saddened,” Chelsea told the interviewers. “I think it’s important for us to realize we can’t take progress for granted. Progress has to be continually defended as well as advanced. I think about this multiple times a day.”
Well, she’ll have plenty to cheer herself up with, seeing as Variety gave her a “Lifetime Impact Award” for essentially doing nothing.
She continued her ridiculous ramblings by bemoaning the fact that Americans didn’t trust the suspicious dealings that her parent’s charity made.
“The lies were absolutely frustrating because the facts didn’t seem sufficient to put them to rest. I think that was so odd about the whole experience — either the truth was insufficient or people just didn’t care,” Chelsea said.
She also went on to say that she “wishes” that more people would have paid more attention to what was actually going on, including some of the Foundation’s tax records.
According to Heat Street, though, the “donors to the Foundation were often transacting in a type of quid pro quo scheme that earned them face time with important Clinton aides at the State Department. Even the New York Times expressed concern that your mom was using the Foundation as part of a plan to charge countries for favorable Obama Administration foreign policy.
Fortunately for Chelsea, though, the Foundation is not all she’s devoting herself to these days. She’s a child welfare advocate, who is being honored by Variety for all the work she’s done saving children’s lives. Like the time she sat down with showrunners for “Orange Is the New Black” and “Days of Our Lives,” to encourage them to write characters who sing to young children.”
I mean, what did we really expect from her, though? This is the same crazy who wrote a book about powerful women in politics being persecuted. Just listen to this statement she made about it:
“I wrote this book for everyone who’s ever wanted to speak up but has been told to quiet down, for everyone who’s ever been made to feel less than,” said Clinton. “The 13 women in ‘She Persisted’ all overcame adversity to help shape our country — sometimes through speaking out, sometimes by staying seated, sometimes by captivating an audience. With this book, I want to send a message to young readers around the country — and the world — that persistence is power.”
She’s absolutely lost touch with reality.
H/T: Heat Street