Sunday, April 1, 2018

Democrat Civil War: Pass the Popcorn

The Daily Wire:
Hillary Clinton fired back at her critics on the left late Friday, claiming that it was "sexism" that drove Democrats, in the days following the 2016 Presidential election, to tell her to keep quiet about what caused her devastating loss to now-President Donald Trump.
The failed Presidential candidate hissed directly at Democratic leaders in her speech: "They never said that to any man who was not elected."
"I was really struck by how people said that to me - you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason - mostly, 'Go away, go away,'" Clinton told a gathered crowd at Rutgers University, according to MSNBC. "And I had one of the young people who works for me go back and do a bit of research. They never said that to any man who was not elected. I was kind of struck by that."
But then again, they never had a man with the media so blatantly in their pocket going up against a man almost as vulgar as your husband and lose.

5 comments:

tkc said...

Remind me again how failed vice president candidate Sarah Palin was treated.

Eskyman said...

So "they never had a man with the media so blatantly in their pocket going up against a man almost as vulgar as your husband...?"

You must be reading NRO or some other hopeless NeverTrump agitprop again. President Trump deserves better from you than a negative comparison between him and a serial rapist, child molester and all-around scoundrel.

It's hard to believe you would make such an ill-considered remark.

Clayton Cramer said...

It seems clear that Trump takes advantage of his celebrity to bed all sorts of women other than his wife. Also the pussy remarks are just vulgar. I was unaware of Humidor Bill going after children, although it would not surprise me.

I can ignore his vulgarity, but for many people, this is a deal killer.

Clayton Cramer said...

tkc: Badly, although she was not running for Pres.

Anthony said...

Searching on "Mitt Romney go away" yields almost 2 million results, including:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2012/11/15/republicans-to-mitt-romney-exit-stage-left/ from a week after the 2012 election.