Thanks to a four-hour documentary about herself, which premiered to great Progressive buzz at the Sundance Film Festival, Hillary’s in the news again. More than that, she’s getting in there at a time when Democrats are panicking about Bernie’s increasing lead in New Hampshire and the general pressure he’s putting on “mainstream” candidate Joe Biden. Sane Democrats strongly suspect that, while Bernie’s manna for the base, most Americans are not going to vote for a candidate who still adores socialism despite the Gulags, the re-education camps, and those nasty National Socialist gas chambers.
Because of the buzz, a scrubbed, buffed, injected, stretched, and actually pretty fine-looking Hillary got herself an interview with Variety magazine, which is still one of the premier magazines in the entertainment world. Inevitably, Hillary blamed misogyny for her loss:
After “Hillary” premiered at Sundance, you spoke at the Q&A about the misogyny that women candidates face online, particularly women running for president. Why do you think there’s so much hatred for women who are seeking leadership positions?
It’s a great question. I don’t think it’s in any way limited to women trying to run for president. But because of the high visibility of women who try, misogyny that is directed not only to women themselves but to their supporters is so shocking. And I remember in 2016 — look, I have tough skin. I put myself out there. I was the one running. But what was said and done to my supporters, men and women — but predominantly women — who spoke for me or proclaimed their support for me, it was just so vile. And some of the groups, like Pantsuit Nation, they had 4 million members. And people were targeting individual members all over the country, insulting them and threatening them. So I’m seeing the same right now. Some of the organized efforts to undercut, demean, belittle the women who had been running and still are running in this election.
Given Hillary’s overarching narcissism, she probably believes that she’s a victim of deep cultural misogyny, rather than reflecting on her own hubris, arrogance, tin ear, and far-left political positions as the possible causes for her failing twice to get to the White House.
OMG. With those candidates, maybe we really will return to our long national nightmare and see Hillary once again gunning for the presidency.
Anyway, if you feel like a dose of Hillary, you can watch the whole interview below: