This weekend, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (you remember her, the fat broad who helped North Korea get nuclear weapons) declared… I am not making this up … women who don’t support Hillary Clinton deserve to burn in hell.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright had a special message for female voters Saturday on the campaign trail with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
“And just remember,” she said at a rally in Concord, N.H, flanked by Clinton and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.). “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”
Gloria Steinem, whose famous quote “A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle” was instrumental in transforming feminism from a movement seeking equal access to economic and social opportunity into a Cult of Misandry, sneered that is women aren’t supporting Hillary, it’s only because they want to meet boys. Because women… at least Democrat women… make decisions entirely because of middle school crushes. Hillary’s corruption, lawbreaking, influence peddling, and general nastiness could not possibly be a factor, according to the paleo-feminists.
The feminist movement is at an odd place. On the one hand, they want rape to be redefined to include “previously consensual sex that a woman changed her mind about after the guy lost interest in her” so they can prosecute campus males as sex offenders and destroy their lives (thus creating a hostile, anti-male environment on college campuses). But on the other hand, their preferred candidate, Mrs. Clinton, has a long history of attacking women who were sexually abused by her husband; these women, rather than being believed, were attacked by the feminist establishment as “trailer trash.”
Democrats and feminists are not motivated by principles, but by a lust for power. Bill Clinton is/was a powerful man, and feminists gained power through their alliance with him. Hence, they overlooked his sexual predations, because power was more important. Now, they rally around the wife that enabled him… because as her power increases, so does theirs.