Shows you just how far the US has sunk that these two actually have an audience…
Michelle and Hillary can shove it
Posted September 28, 2017 02:29 PM by Jen Kuznicki
I didn’t like liberal women when I was a child, when I was a teen, or when I was a young woman, and now, as a middle-aged woman with adult children, I have grown to detest them more than anything. I’ll tell you why.
Liberal women are a dime a dozen, so it doesn’t matter that the specific liberal women who set me off today are among the nation’s first ladies. I have zero respect for either of them or anything they represent.
In the past few days, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama have decided to tell me, as a grown woman, that I disrespect myself and have voted against my “voice” because I didn’t vote for President Canker Sore’s wife and voted for Trump instead.
Hillary said that women who continued to support Trump after his sexist comments “publicly disrespected themselves.”
“When I see women doing that, I think why are they publicly disrespecting themselves? Why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace? In a community setting? Do they not see the connection there?” Clinton said in an interview on AM Joy.
Obviously, from a woman who set the standard for publicly disrespecting herself by defending her possible rapist and certainly repeated adulterer husband, the comment is laughable on its face. But let’s cut the crap. I’m not on this planet to look out for every woman. It’s not my job to stand in solidarity with other women, no matter what. It’s my job to protect my family and my country, and Hillary has proven she can’t do either. I protected my family from her corruption and mental disease by voting for Trump.
Michelle Obama complained that women who voted against Hillary “voted against their own voice.” She said that women have been socialized to be silent while men speak, even when they say outrageous things.
I don’t know where Michelle grew up, but it’s been my experience that men shut up and listen when I speak, because I have interesting and important things to say. Good men respect independent women, so when people like Michelle complain that women just don’t know how to speak up, it’s especially galling because it’s simply not true. It’s a cop-out and an insult. It has also been my experience that liberal men are more likely to be rude or condescending, so perhaps the type of men Michelle chooses to be around are the reason she has a distorted view.