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WaPo Cites Study Suggesting White Women Who Didn’t Vote for Hillary Were Influenced by White Supremacy

WaPo Cites Study Suggesting White Women Who Didn’t Vote for Hillary Were Influenced by White Supremacy

Yeah, that’s it

Following her electoral 2016 electoral loss, Hillary embarked on her Great Delusion Tour. Traipsing about the country, Hillary had reason aplenty why she lost. Conveniently, Hillary’s electoral loss was the fault of everyone but her.

One of her many campaign foes? White fathers, boyfriends, and husbands. The white patriarchy, you see, has an unseen, powerful influence on white women and was magically able to dissuade them from voting for “the girl”, Hillary claimed.

Last September, The Guardian used a study from Oregon State to prove that white women are pawns of the patriarchy.

Last week, Clinton, who has had a lifetime to contemplate the women’s vote, copped to having a theory. “[Women] will be under tremendous pressure – and I’m talking principally about white women. They will be under tremendous pressure from fathers and husbands and boyfriends and male employers not to vote for ‘the girl’,” she said in an interview as part of a tour promoting her new memoir of the 2016 campaign.

People might scoff at the idea that women vote based on what husbands and fathers tell them to do. And tens of millions of dollars in political messaging has been spent based on the assumption that women will vote collectively on equal pay, abortion, and other salient issues regarding women’s autonomy.

But social science backs up Clinton’s anecdotal hunch. “We think she was right in her analysis about women getting pressure from men in their lives, specifically [straight] white women,” said Kelsy Kretschmer, an assistant professor at Oregon State University and a co-author of a recent study examining women’s voting patterns.

“We know white men are more conservative, so when you’re married to a white man you get a lot more pressure to vote consistent with that ideology.”

Somewhat lazily, the Washington Post regurgitated the Oregon State study in their efforts to prove Hillary’s But The Patriarchy!™ argument was worth considering.

But they took it to the next level by including a study from the Institute for Social and Economic Research, part of Columbia University, which suggest that marriage and evangelical Christianity “interact with white supremacy to influence white women’s political behavior.” This same scholar is also part of the Democracy Alliance, a massive prog fundraising cabal. So I’m sure their motives here are totally pure.

A study from the Institute for Social and Economic Research reported that wives in general vote in ways that support their husband’s economic interests. And most men voted for Trump in 2016 with many citing his economic policies as a major factor as to why.

And Julie Kohler, who holds a Ph.D. in family social science, wrote that a vote for the Republican party is often deemed as the most logical one for married women — especially when factoring in race and faith.

“Systemic influences like marriage and evangelical Christianity interact with white supremacy to influence white women’s political behavior, through the explicit ideologies they propagate and the more insidious ways they reflect and perpetuate other structural inequalities,” the senior vice president for the Democracy Alliance, a progressive donor network wrote in the Nation.

But economics also play a huge factor, something Clinton and others criticizing pro-Trump women’s votes don’t often acknowledge.

“The gender pay gap, for example, has the practical effect of privileging men’s careers—particularly white men’s—over women’s and yoking white women’s economic interests to their husbands’. So for some married white women, a vote for the Republican candidate may appear to be the self-interested choice,” Kohler added.

Not only are you a mindless drone if you happen to be a white woman did not vote for Trump, you’ve also been influenced by white supremacy. Amazing, really. It’s inconceivable to far too many academics that white women, like myself, chose not to vote for Hillary because she was a terrible candidate.

Rather than respect our choices, these researchers have spent hours, day, weeks even, attempting to explain away the free-thinking, independent woman’s decision-making process, going so far as to pretend research backs up their theory that we all taking voting orders from our husbands. SPOILER: We do not.

If you want to find yourself in the middle of a group of ferociously independent, stubborn women, look no further than the Conservative movement. I can assure you we take orders from no one, least of all men deigning to tell us what and how to think and act.

The only thing these academics and journalists have proved is that they’re just as delusional as Hillary.

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If this is true, I need one of those white patriarchy guys to have a chat with my better half.

I have no words.

Well, I have plenty of words, but none of them are repeatable in polite company. Jeez. Louise.

Progressives are much more prone to believing the social sciences, pseudo sciences and climate sciences where as conservatives are more inclined to follow the hard sciences

4th armored div | March 13, 2018 at 7:21 pm

so the reason that wyman of kolor voted for her, is that they voted against what their male relations wanted.

points out 1 inconvenient truth, that the number of out of wedlock childbirths and abortion are fewer in the wymen of palor.

https://www.brookings.edu/research/an-analysis-of-out-of-wedlock-births-in-the-united-states/

    4th armored div in reply to 4th armored div. | March 13, 2018 at 7:31 pm

    the following 6 year old article gives pause as to the destruction of the USA!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2103235/Most-children-U-S-born-wedlock.html
    Most children in U.S. born out of wedlock
    105-133 minutes

    By Daily Mail Reporter
    Updated: 22:01 EDT, 18 February 2012

    More than half of births to American women younger than 30 are outside marriage, research has found.

    And across all ages, a staggering four in ten women are not married when they have children.

    The data shows the fastest growth in the past 20 years is among white women in their 20s with some college education but no four-year degree.
    Shifting priorities: More than half of births to American women under the age of 30 occur outside marriage, research has found

    Shifting priorities: More than half of births to American women under the age of 30 occur outside marriage, research has found

    And with two-thirds of children in the U.S. born to mothers under the age of 30, it appears the majority of births across the country are out of wedlock.

    The data was compiled by Child Trends, a Washington research group that analysed government data, and reported by the New York Times.

    The paper reported that most college graduates marry before they have children, suggesting family structure is becoming a new class divide.

    ‘Marriage has become a luxury good,’ Frank Furstenberg, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania, told the Times.

    The results carry concerning consequences, with researchers finding children born out of wedlock are more likely to struggle in school or suffer emotional and behavioural problems.

      tom_swift in reply to 4th armored div. | March 13, 2018 at 8:03 pm

      with researchers finding children born out of wedlock are more likely to struggle in school or suffer emotional and behavioural problems.

      Well, they’ll never admit that the problem isn’t marriage so much as the disastrous effects of the “single parent” household. Children of single parents are far more likely to do poorly in school, drift toward crime and substance abuse, and populate most categories of social pathologies.

OwenKellogg-Engineer | March 13, 2018 at 7:22 pm

A vast White wing conspiracy?

“Systemic influences like marriage and evangelical Christianity interact with white supremacy to influence white women’s political behavior, through the explicit ideologies they propagate and the more insidious ways they reflect and perpetuate other structural inequalities,” …

Is any part of that statement provable? Upon what kind of evidentiary basis does it rest?

Last I checked my wife could not enter the booth that I voted in. I could, if I found it necessary tell her that I voted for Pepe the Frog, and how would it be possible for her to know otherwise.

Puuhhhleeessee Hillary continue on this magical mystery tour. You are helping the Dems sooooo much and I want to see you continue to help them.

harleycowboy | March 13, 2018 at 8:46 pm

A year and a half she’s still denying reality. It’s time to get some help Hillary. Or at least find a cabin in the woods where you can live in that world that’s in your head.

White supremacy? Are they nuts? Last I looked, both Hillary and Donald were of northern European ancestry. That fact had nothing whatever to do with my vote. Nor did Obama’s ancestry influence my vote in 2008 and 2012.

I wonder what made my lovely brown-skinned wife vote for Trump?

So the only empowered women are the ones who follow the Left’s commands for how to think, how to vote, how to stick it to the patriarchy, etc. Makes perfect sense.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to irv. | March 13, 2018 at 11:28 pm

    That sounds correct.

    I think the Leftist Communists, Like Hillary, are telling us the only empowered women are the ones who will lie down and let the Clintons figuratively (if not literally) “rape” them, or let the Hollyweird gang figuratively (if not literally) “rape” them.

    After they’ve boot-licked their jack-booted feet of course.

Though thoroughly insane, on a certain level these people are somewhat entertaining

She must think everyone is a complete and total idiot … and always blames what happens on bigotry, racism, sexism, white supremacy, men or whatever … with never a mention that people actually have an intellectual basis for things she disagrees with. That’s one way she makes herself feel as if she’s one of our betters and for the nation … it’s tragic.

    rabidfox in reply to PODKen. | March 14, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    The left doesn’t believe that there can be honest intellectual differences with their position so OF COURSE all opposition has to be based on racism, sexism or whatever the ad hominum of the day might be.

Hillary and WaPo don’t respect people enough to let them make their own decisions.

Why does the left and the media keep trying to convince me that the white race is superior to all others? I mean there’s only one race we’re allowed to make fun of, because they can handle it, they aren’t insecure. and the same race can be socially ostracized and banned from campus and movie theaters in the 21st century and they shrug it off, because they’re above that, they know their own worth.

it’s like the old joke about why is there Mother’s Day and Father’s day but not Son or Daughter’s Day. Do we really need a white History Month? LOL. Every month is White History Month.

I’m hardly racist, I’m proud of Anglo Saxons culture and history but to me skin color is no more relevant than hair color. but the media keeps trying to convince me that White’s need to be handicapped and held back so that other races can catch up.

Hillary Clinton continues to demonstrate that she is unfit for any office of consequence. over a year now and her Lessons Learned still haven’t touched upon the actual reasons that she lost.

Think about that for a moment, Imagine a CEO who spent 16 months in denial while his company fell to pieces around him.

What if Hillary was having this crisis in regards to inflation or North Korea or immigration reform or the economy?

It’s called an after-action report baby. and oh my God we really did dodge a bullet. Thank God for Trump.

Hillary was the quintessential Democratic candidate. She was the world’s worst candidate and lost on account of her own incompetence as well as her absence of any real message and yet it was not her fault. Just like so many liberals that mess up their lives and they never take responsibility for it. Then, for her next act, she runs about for years complaining about the unfairness and injustice that was done to her just like so many other liberals who refuse to take responsibility for their own actions and instead spend long periods rationalizing their problems and blaming others.
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Yep, she was the quintessential incompetent liberal, who failed in the quintessential liberal manner, who refuses to take responsibility for her failure in quintessential liberal style, and who then blames everyone and everything else for her own failure in quintessential Democrat style. Yep, Hillary was the perfect embodiment of the Democrat party and the liberal/Leftist mindset.

“A study from the Institute for Social and Economic Research reported that wives in general vote in ways that support their husband’s economic interests.”

But since those economic interests are also the wife’s economic interests, assuming (I guess this is a white supremacist thing) that they couple intends to stay together …

These leftists are so stupid they don’t even know how funny they sound. And the “feminist scholars” like any scholars have to keep publishing to avoid perishing, so they can’t seem to stop!

I’ll admit though that their conspiracy theory might have some truth to it. My wife and I decide together how we’re going to vote, and then we both vote that way rather than having our votes cancel each other out. That’s a conspiracy I guess.

    Mich in reply to artichoke. | March 14, 2018 at 7:59 am

    Ray Rice’s wife was not really happy that liberals destroyed her husband. She ended up suffering the consequences of a movement thats goal was to get her justice. They did and were pleased with themselves.

    I am not advocating spouse abuse, but there is a point where people have to be trusted to make decisions and run their own lives; what they believe is in their best interest. That is what Hillary objects to. She didn’t divorce Bill after given the best Christian reason to do so because he was politically useful to her. She lacks self awareness that she is one those women she is talking about. Trump voters were just taking her lead. She started her national life saying she wasn’t some little Tammy Wyanette “standing by her man”, then when he made a fool of her, “stood by him.” That’s how it works Hillary.

It has not occurred to them that women who hold less Leftist and more conservative values might be attracted to and marry men who are also less Leftist and more conservative.

It has not occurred to them that they might have cause and effect backwards; that the women influenced the men in their lives.

It has not occurred to them how publishing these poorly developed studies display the utter, wholesale contempt for women that the study’s author(s) has/have.

Conservative0317 | March 14, 2018 at 10:23 am

““Systemic influences like marriage and evangelical Christianity interact with white supremacy to influence white women’s political behavior, through the explicit ideologies they propagate and the more insidious ways they reflect and perpetuate other structural inequalities,” the senior vice president for the Democracy Alliance, a progressive donor network wrote in the Nation.”

So they are saying that white women, who have faith in Jesus Christ and prefer the commitment of marriage, have morals and principles that would lead them to be married to real men that also honor and value those same ideals. By sharing the same values, they would tend to vote for candidates that also share those same values, as opposed to someone like Hillary Clinton.

They were as tired of the Shrill,Harpy,Hag as any other thinking American,male or female,she makes ones ears bleed.

Amazing. the only way to prove you’re not a tool of nefarious powers is to vote Democrat.

SPLC, special and peculiar interests, right? A dossier, funded by anti-native and foreign parties, that hope to influence our elections?

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