If you’ve been paying attention to the circus commonly referred to as the presidential race in America, you undoubtedly know how Donald Trump has been vilified from both sides of the aisle.
Trump was tried, convicted, and politically executed for a tape of lewd comments that surfaced from 10 years ago. Those on the left could not believe that a man would say such horrible things. Especially Michelle Obama, who was beside herself with his conduct.
Last night, November 4th, Hillary Clinton shared the stage with Jay-Z in a profanity laced concert put on for her political benefit. We all know how rappers sing about, feel about, and treat women; that’s no big secret. So where are the feminists? Where are those of you who are so appalled by Trump’s disrespect toward women for saying the same thing that Jay-Z says (and Bill Clinton does)?
For all of you so-called ‘ladies’ in the media looking out for women’s’ rights, why is it that you are so eerily silent? Where is your outrage? I thought for sure I would see signs, protests, and feminists lashing out against the hypocrisy, but thus far I have missed it. Oh, I know, it must be the Palin-effect.
Feminists want strong, independent women as long as they are in line with their own ideology. Whatever one’s feelings are concerning Sarah Palin, Carly Fiorina, and others who are on that side of the aisle they are still deserving of respect for what they’ve accomplished professionally and in every other aspect of life.
So let’s be real and call a spade a spade. The feminist movement has nothing to do with ‘equality’ as they so frequently claim. It is about politics. It is a liberal agenda that is played on like every other ’cause’ that a politician can conjure up. The only female Hillary gives a damn about is herself, and she and continues to make that blatantly obvious.
I guess what baffles me the most is how there throngs of intelligent, educated women who continue to buy into this propaganda put forth, not just by Hillary but also by that entire feminist ‘movement.’
But, hey, let’s go ahead and elect her. Let’s see how far she actually advances the feminist agenda. It will be no different than when a majority of the black community elected Barack Obama with the idea that he would do so much for the inner cities and yet here we are, eight years later, and the black community and race relations are both worse than the civil rights era of Martin Luther King, Jr.
I will bet a week’s paycheck that Hillary Clinton doesn’t advance the feminist movement as far as her own agenda, or that of the Clinton Foundation.