Ruth Bader Ginsburg Claims Hillary Clinton Lost Because of Sexism
It's been nearly a year-and-a-half since Trump slew the pantsuited she-beast. You would think mention of the 2016 election would exist only in history books. Along with dabbing and Pokemon Go. Yet, here we are in 2018, and leftists are still whining and making excuses for Hillary's defeat.
Either that or Ruth Bader Ginsburg forgot what year it is.
During a Columbia University Women's Conference event on Sunday, Ginsburg was asked to clarify remarks she made last September, in which she said sexism was a "major, major factor" in how the election played out.
"I think it was difficult for Hillary Clinton to get by even the macho atmosphere prevailing during that campaign, and she was criticized in a way I think no man would have been criticized," Ginsburg said.
"I think anyone who watched that campaign unfold would answer it the same way I did: Yes, sexism played a prominent part," she continued.
So, if I read those remarks correctly, Hillary Clinton was the underdog in 2016 and the media hates her.
Except Hillary was no underdog. The media fawned over her like she was a pre-house-egging Justin Bieber. She could do no wrong in their eyes. Barry Bike Helmet even went out of his way to help cover up her criminal activities. She had all the odds in her favor.
As for being "criticized like never before:" the left has been labelling the apricot-hued gentleman she ran against with every negative name in the book. We can't go a single week without some leftist airhead referring to Trump as a gay-genociding, brown-people-hating lovechild of Hitler.
You'd think the left would realize by now there wasn't some complex, sexist plot against them. They just ran a craptastic candidate. Trump has at least some redeeming qualities. Maybe Democrats should accept their candidate sucked, instead of blaming their loss on racism, sexism, and every other "ism" they can muster up.