1. hatred of males.
In an attempt to make herself relevant, the once-future POTUS emerged to make a video:
The video was made for the MAKERS conference and starts with (emphasis added),
“Despite all the challenges we face, I remained convinced that, yes, the future is female,”
Yes, the same woman who chose to alienate anyone not voting for her as deplorable and irredeemable now implies that there is no room for men in the future. [Flashback to The Lonely Life of Julia]
Hillary’s female supporters, who refer to a Catholic gay guy with a Jewish mom and an African-American boyfriend as a Nazi, ought to drop the masks, don their pink pussyhats, and join in a rousing chorus of this song from Cabaret:
As Dana Loesch put it,
“The future is female?” What an incredibly tone deaf and sexist remark — not to mention awful message to send to boys like my sons. The future is EVERYONE’S.
If you don’t like what I’m saying, deal with it. Hillary urged “We need strong women to step up and speak out,” and I have.
And a question,
Where does that leave those transitioning to male?
Cross-posted at WoW! Magazine.
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Judith L says
I wonder what her “much beloved” grandson will think about his grandma’s statement when he is old enough to understand it. I suppose he’s already fulfilled his purpose for living, by being a campaign prop for said grandmother. But, sadly, he was not a success in his only purpose in life. A failure at such a young age. No wonder his erstwhile doting grannie sees no future for him. Sad.
As a mother of a son, it is inconceivable to me that she would ignore that fact, Judith.
Paddy O' says
Give women the right to vote, they said. It will be great, they said.
Even I am wondering if that was a good idea, Paddy!
“Despite all the challenges we face, I remained convinced that, yes, the future is female,”.
Hmmm, shouldn’t that read “Despite being defeated by a man, I remained convinced that, yes, the future is female,”? Just sayin’. 🙂