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Hillary: People Will Write PhD Theses About Sexism Against Me For Years

Hillary: People Will Write PhD Theses About Sexism Against Me For Years

“I don’t take anything seriously that comes from the RNC.”

Hillary Clinton is pretty sure the sexism used against her in the 2016 election is the stuff of history and that it will be studied in academia for years.

After the NBC commander in chief forum, Hillary spoke to reporters near her plane.

Via Real Clear Politics:

Hillary Clinton: There Will Be PhD Theses About Sexism Against Me Written For Years To Come

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. 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.”

“I think there will be a lot of PhD theses and popular journalism writing on that subject for years to come,” she said.

“I don’t take my advice and I don’t take anything seriously that comes from the RNC,” Clinton added.

“We were talking about serious issues last night. I know the difference between what we have to do to fix the V.A., what we have to do to take the fight to ISIS than just making political happy talk. And I had a very short window of time in that event last night to convey the seriousness with which I would approach the issues that concern our country.”

She continued, attacking her opponent: “Donald Trump chose to talk about his deep admiration and support for Vladimir Putin. Maybe he did it with a smile, and I guess the RNC would have liked that.”

Here’s the Twitter exchange she had with Reince Priebus:

Here’s the video of Hillary’s remarks:

New reports on Hillary’s health status are apparently also sexist:

Featured image via RCP video.


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Lady Thatcher never whined like Hillary?

Given the current state of higher education, this is one item that I am in 100% agreement with Hillary. In spite of the fact that what is being labeled as “sexism” is nothing more than disagreement, there will nevertheless be many theses written about how Hillary lost the 2016 election only because of sexism. And the newly minted PhD’s will go on to teach victimhood to yet another generation.

“Baghdad” Peter Daou was spinning so hard yesterday he could power a small city.

Sadly, it’s true.

There’s no subject too stupid for a Grievance Studies thesis.

legacyrepublican | September 12, 2016 at 9:55 am

I have had pneumonia too often because of seasonal allergies to give Hillary a pass on this one.

I have had to cancel family activities because of my health before.

Hillary put her health at risk instead of being honest. That is childish.

That disqualifies her for office.

The Friendly Grizzly | September 12, 2016 at 10:51 am

Mrs. Clinton is supposed to be an example for “womyn”, powerful, in control, can do anything a man can do, but then stops to snivel and moan about sexism.

I’m confused.

The class diversity/sexism card was already played… against Palin, Bachmann, etc.

Democrats are infamous for their class diversity policies. I think people are ready to judge others “by the content of their character” (e.g. principles), notwithstanding the class diversitists projections.

Democrat Presidential Slogans:
The last eight years: Vote for us or you’re racist!
The next eight years: Vote for us or you’re sexist!

Hillary is confused. The Washington Post, which is unabashedly a Democratic Party booster, is the publication that used to run endless stories about her hairstyle when she was first lady.

The sexism, like the racism she complains of, is in the Democratic Party, particularly at the national level.

Well, actually, there will be theses and books about the corruption and cronyism of the Clintons.
Oh wait … !
There are books about it already!

There may be a Ph.D. dissertation in a study of the Democrats’ obsession with weaponizing and hiding behind perfectly natural states like being a woman. On her being the subject of sexism? Not so much. That’s so tired it’s barely a blog post.

Flagging poll numbers, failing health, and the cure is….a healthy dose of Obama-esque “me,I” ego stroking?

Fine. The more this election is about Hillary, the more she falls. (not literally, I don’t enjoy watching anyone suffer from Parkinson’s, which I’m convinced she has)