Hillary Clinton might just be one of the most self-deluded politicians to ever grace the political sphere during the history of our nation, and given all of the colorful characters who have come and gone over the years, this is really saying something.
Clinton’s new book — a super-long whining session about her election loss, as if we haven’t heard that song enough — details how she feels being a woman plays a huge part in why people don’t like her.
The former first lady says she’s a “lightning rod for fury” because she’s a woman.
The Free Beacon reports:
In What Happened, Clinton delves into the various facets that played into her stunning defeat at the hands of Donald Trump, such as her relationship with her husband Bill Clinton, the media’s coverage of her email scandal, Russia’s meddling in the election and more.
CNN obtained a copy of the book a week ahead of its Sept. 12 release, and Clinton, whose approval rating and trust numbers were historically low throughout the campaign, reportedly asks in the book what makes her such a “lightning rod for fury.”
“I’m really asking. I’m at a loss,” she writes, before concluding: “I think it’s partly because I’m a woman.”
So the fact that four Americans got killed under her watch in Benghazi, and that she lied about it to help the sitting president win reelection, has nothing to do with why people don’t like her, right?
Or the fact she lied repeatedly about not using a private email server to conduct government business; or maybe the fact that she helped a child rapist get off the hook after victimizing a young girl.
Surely it wouldn’t have anything at all to do with her attempts to silence women who were sexually assaulted by her husband, would it?
Seems there are quite a few reasons to dislike Hillary; her gender doesn’t even make the list.