“@HillaryClinton was angry + defensive the entire time – no smile and uncomfortable – upset that she was caught wrongly sending our secrets.”
Now, in the real world, “no smile and uncomfortable” is what is known as an “observation.” But in the onion-skin world of Hillary Clinton and her feminist myrmidons in the MSM, it’s known as a “war against women.” Because you’re never supposed to use the word “smile” in the context of the female sex.
So we have this:
“Speaking to reporters outside her campaign plane Thursday morning, Hillary Clinton responded to a question about the below tweet from RNC chairman Reince Priebus urging her to ‘smile’ more.”
Um, as you can see, Reince didn’t actually “urge” Hillary to “smile more.” But what a nice sympathetic setup from a press that’s supposed to be objective! Yup, it’s time for the sexism card!
“Asked if she believes there is a ‘double standard’ in the presidential race for women, she replied: ‘I’m going to let all of you ponder that last question.'”
Translation: The bubbly is already flowing at my pity party–and you must try the miniature quiches!
“‘I think there will be a lot of PhD theses and popular journalism writing on that subject for years to come,” she said.”
Hillary’s Post-Lauer Sexism Pity Party: Predicts “a lot of PhD theses” about GOP misogyny
From my latest blog post for the Independent Women’s Forum:
Victim Hillary: Setting it up just in case she loses in November
Hillary Clinton is, at least as the mainstream media would have it, supposed to be a shoo-in for president in November. But, well, just in case, she’s already issued the invites to her Sexism Pity Party.
Seems that lots of viewers of the Sept. 7 “Commander in Chief Forum” on NBC were somewhat underwhelmed by the lady in red. Indeed, a Twitter poll by NBC News indicated that 63 percent of viewers thought that GOP candidate Donald Trump “came out on top” in the quasi-debate versus only 37 percent for Hillary. Oops!
Then a gloating RNC chairman Reince Priebus tweeted the following: