Kirsten Gillibrand Cuts Off Interview When Asked About Bill Clinton
Kirsten Gillibrand is Hillary Clinton without decades of experience... covering up for her husband's rapes, leaving four people to die in Benghazi, and wiping servers with a cloth or something. That we know of.
Gillibrand's writing staff has portrayed her as a lab concocted hybrid, taking the screech of Lena Dunham, and inserting it into the ova of Tracy Glick. A character from the movie Election.
Women are a force to be reckoned with. We won’t be silenced.— Kirsten Gillibrand (@Kirsten Gillibrand)1513125595.0
See what I mean?
Look how brave Gillibrand is, calling out Bill Clinton. Twenty years, several elections, and long after young voters actually care. Coincidentally, in those twenty years after the fact, little Ms Kirsten has taken money from Billy Boy Clinton. So calling him out twenty years later is as brave as installing a stop sign. In the middle of the Sahara.
Let's also recall Gillibrand's stunning bravery in calling for handsy Al Franken to resign. After everyone else already had. #ChampionOfWomen
A reporter tried asking Gillibrand about her "bravery" when it came to calling for Trump to resign. But the reporter's question wasn't part of the pre-approved script.
Let WGRZ's Scott Levin explain:
The picture says it all. But I'd recommend watching the interview just to revel in the awkwardness. We tried embedding it here, but the Russians stopped us.
Gillibrand didn't try excusing her abrupt ending of the interview with "I didn't hear that" or "sorry, technical difficulties, I'm on a cell phone going into a tunnel with your mom." Gillibrand's staff just cut the feed. Without saying goodbye. Just like Madam Pantsuit in Benghazi.
Which means Gillibrand is as pro-woman as Bill Clinton is. Using ladies and their sexual harassment claims as nothing more than political footballs.
Either sexual harassment is an apolitical issue, and it's all wrong, or it isn't. Lines are getting rather blurry thanks to people like Gillibrand, no?
So it's not that Gillibrand "won't be silenced." No, no, she just doesn't know what to say. Big difference.