Video: Clinton blames ‘misogyny’ and ‘sexism’ for election loss — again

While speaking at a Georgetown University awards ceremony named in her honor, Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party, blames “misogyny” and “sexism” for her election loss — again.

“Any of you who’ve read my book about ‘what happened’ know that I think misogyny and sexism was part of that campaign—it was one of the contributing factors,” she said. “Some of it was old-fashioned sexism and the refusal to accept the equality of women, and certainly the equality of women’s leadership.”

According to Clinton, the way forward for women’s rights is  “through the ballot box.”

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“Certainly, voting remains the principal way that every individual can express an opinion,” she said. “And anyone who chooses not to vote, basically leaves that opinion to others and perhaps don’t hold your values.”

And in order to end sexism, she explained, “everyone has to purge themselves of prejudicial thoughts.”

“There’s a lot that can be done to say wait a minute, we are not going backwards when it comes to race and religion and sex and and all the rest of it. We are going to keep forward moving because we want an inclusive tolerant society and that includes everybody. Not just some of us, but all of us,” she said.

Unless, of course, one happens to be a conservative…

According to Fox News:

In her memoir, “What Happened,” which was first released in September, Clinton faulted a range of factors for her loss–like voter ID laws, “Those Damn Emails,” the “unprecedented intervention in our election” by former FBI director James Comey, and the “audacious warfare waged from the Kremlin.”

Clinton also criticized women who did not vote but supported the Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017. In her book, she called that day “bittersweet.”

Clinton, though, has come under fire in recent days over a New York Times report that during her 2008 presidential run, she helped protect her faith adviser, Burns Strider, after claims he sexually harassed a female campaign staffer.

As we and others have reported, Clinton has blamed pretty much everything but the kitchen sink for her election loss, but the fact remains that she was a horrible and unlikable candidate with more baggage than a freight train can carry.

Here’s video of her comments:

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