Like a pesky, bad cold that lingers on and on, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton refuses to go away. She and the Left in general refuse to acknowledge that Donald Trump beat her fair and square last November, and so she keeps clinging to the periphery of the national conversation, blaming everyone and everything but herself for her election loss to Trump. In particular, she insists on pinning the failure largely on America's “misogyny” and “sexism."
Fox News reports that Hillary, who has struggled to fill her copious free time with such events as Costco book signings while President Trump makes America great again, spoke Monday about the importance of female leadership during a panel segment at Georgetown University. That's when she spoke up yet again about her victimization as a female candidate.
“Any of you who’ve read my book about 'what happened' know that I think misogyny and sexism was part of that campaign—it was one of the contributing factors,” said Hillary. “Some of it was old-fashioned sexism and the refusal to accept the equality of women, and certainly the equality of women’s leadership.”
For the umpteenth time, sexism and misogyny had nothing to do with it. Americans would have had no resesrvations whatsoever putting a worthy female candidate in the Oval Office. Instead, her loss had everything to do with the fact that Hillary is the most corrupt, vindictive, dishonest, greedy, and personally unlikeable candidate in our time, if not in American history -- not to mention her political radicalism.
Clinton told the audience that the way forward for women’s equality was “through the ballot box.”
“Certainly, voting remains the principal way that every individual can express an opinion,” Clinton said. “And anyone who chooses not to vote, basically leaves that opinion to others and perhaps don’t hold your values.”
As Fox News pointed out, in her election post-mortem titled What Happened, Hillary attributed her loss to other factors as well, such as voter ID laws, “Those Damn Emails,” the “unprecedented intervention in our election” by former FBI director James Comey, and the “audacious warfare waged from the Kremlin.”
Yeah... no, there was no Russian intervention or voter suppression, and "Those Damn Emails" were her own fault. This was all on you, Hillary. Now go away.