Think Freely Media presents Common Sense with Paul Jacob

The Women-Haters

Hillary Clinton, victim, pay gap, wage gap, misogyny, sexism

“You’ve just spoken eloquently about the sexism, the misogyny and inequity around the world,” CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour said* to defeated presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, “but do you believe it exists here still?”

The audience at Tuesday’s Women for Women International luncheon in New York City erupted in laughter, cutting Amanpour off. A second round of chortles ensued when Hillary Clinton touched the side of her face in wonderment, uttering, “Hmmm?”

“Were you a victim of misogyny?” Amanpour continued. “And why do you think you lost the majority of the white female vote. . . ?”

“Well, the book is coming out in the fall,” Hillary joked. “Yes,” she went on, turning serious, “I do think it played a role.”

Noting that “other things did, as well,” Mrs. Clinton decried Russian interference. Back to misogyny, however, she added: “It is real. It is very much a part of the landscape politically, socially and economically.”

Hmmm, indeed. So, most white women didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton because they hate women . . . per se?

All women?

Simply because they’re women?

“An example that has nothing to do with me, personally,” explained Mrs. Clinton, “is this whole question of equal pay. We just had Equal Pay Day in April, which is how long women have to work past the first of the year to make the equivalent of what men make the prior year in comparable professions.”

Hillary is mistaken about the Gender Pay Gap, which compares completely dissimilar professions (and hours worked, qualifications, etc.). Plus, this same gender pay gap was found at the Clinton Foundation, her U.S. Senate staff, her State Department and among her campaign staff.

Hillary Clinton — misogynist?

This is Common Sense. I’m Paul Jacob.

 

* The full interview is here. But you can cut to the chase here.

 

PDF for printing

 

By: CS Admin

5 Comments

  1. 2War Abn Vet says:

    Hmm, is it possible the evil Hilldog lost the election because she has consistently proved to be an arrogant, boring, cynical, dishonest, entitled, favor-trading, greedy, hypocritical, inconsistent, joyless, Leftist, Machiavellian, nasty, overbearing, power-hungry, queen-like, ruthless, shameless, tired, untrustworthy, vain, Washington-insider embodiment of totalitarianism who doesn’t stand for anything that isn’t focus-group approved or that wouldn’t line her and her husband’s pockets.

  2. 11th Gen American says:

    I find it amazing that the more horrible women are, the less likely they are to realize how horrible they truly are. And why women so often become horrible when they gain positions of power is also a mystery. As a woman, I have very little respect for women because they’re doing great damage to society and don’t seem to know it, or if they do, they don’t seem to care. After 50 years of radical feminist indoctrination, they no longer take joy in the roles for which they are best suited. They don’t want to be wives, they don’t want to be mothers, they don’t want to breast-feed their own babies, preferring their pussy-whipped husbands bottle feed them so they don’t have to.

    It’s definitely time to shut down the anti-male radicals before our society totally collapses.

  3. Karen H says:

    It’s 6 mos since Mrs. Clinton lost the election. The on-going analysis, none of which includes her arrogance & corruption, is now like the incessant crying of a teething baby.

    I wish she would just go away.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2017 Common Sense with Paul Jacob, All Rights Reserved. Back to top