Hillary Clinton just doesn’t know when to shut the hell up.
As previously reported, Hillary Clinton shockingly suggested Trump voters don’t like African-Americans ‘getting rights,’ or women having jobs during a fireside chat in Mumbai, India.
Crooked Hillary then disparaged white married women claiming they’re pressured to vote the way their husbands, bosses and sons believe they should.
After tremendous backlash for her appalling comments, including from Democrats close to her, she took to Facebook Saturday evening to ‘clear things up.’
Instead of apologizing to white married women, she doubled down on her comments. Brilliant.
Hillary Clinton tried to explain her disparaging comments on Trump voters this weekend. Instead, she attacked President Trump and doubled down on her belief white married women vote the way their husbands instruct them to vote.
“Like most Americans, people overseas remain shocked and dismayed at what they are witnessing daily,” Hillary began.
Hillary defended her comments attacking middle America by saying, “I said that places doing better economically typically lean Democratic, and places where there is less optimism about the future lean Republican. That doesn’t mean the coasts versus the heartland, it doesn’t even mean entire states. In fact, it more often captures the divisions between more dynamic urban areas and less prosperous small towns within states.”
At this point she began to attack President Trump. She claimed Trump’s campaign was “dark and backwards looking.”
Hillary then went into campaign mode and explained what she would be doing to improve the country if she were president such as “raising minimum wage” and giving “affordable healthcare for all.”
She continued to attack Trump by claiming he has done nothing positive for Americans. “Donald Trump has done nothing positive to ease the pain of the people who most strongly supported him, from the loss of jobs in coal country to the opioid epidemic to the tax bill that increases the debt by $1.5 trillion with a massive corporate tax cut, only 13% of which went to workers in the form of bonuses or pay raises,” Hillary said.
Hillary then doubled down on her disparaging comments towards white married women:
I also mentioned something in passing that’s gotten a lot of negative attention: that there is anecdotal evidence and some research to suggest that women are unfortunately more swayed by men than the other way around
I did not realize how hard it would hit many who heard it. I was out there having a conversation, and this was one piece of a larger point about how Democrats need to do better with white women, because I know in my heart that Democrats have much more to offer them. Do I believe that some women look at a powerful woman and question whether she can lead, maybe voting for the man their husband is voting for instead? It may not be universally true or easy to hear, but yes, it’s a dynamic still at play in our society. I know this because even I spent parts of my life wondering if I could achieve the same as male leaders, and a lot of that insecurity stemmed from my gender and how society views women. When I was serving in various roles in public life, I was always more popular when I was working for or defending a man then when I was out there on my own. That’s the point I was making, in an effort to explain to an audience some of the many dynamics that have gone into these tumultuous last few years.
Hillary couldn’t even bring herself to apologize. Instead she said, ” I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted. I meant no disrespect to any individual or group.”
Hillary’s non-stop whining has gotten so bad that even Democrats want her to go away.
It’s important to note that not once in this Facebook post did Hillary Clinton refer to Donald Trump as “President Trump.”
She can’t even bring herself to address him as “President,” instead she referred to him as “Trump” or “Donald Trump.”
What is unbelievable is that we are going into the second quarter of 2018 and Hillary Clinton is STILL whining over her crushing 2016 election loss.