Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — Hillary Clinton’s new bestie — claimed sexism played a role in handing Donald Trump the White House this past November.
Charlie Rose, PBS and CBS host, asked Ginsburg in a recently aired interview if sexism had impacted the elections in 2016. Her reply couldn’t have been clearer.
“I have no doubt that it did,” she said, Politico reported.
It’s a tired argument — the blaming by women for their losses on sexism. Clinton just wrote a book about it in her failure of a book, and now we have a Supreme Court justice throwing in her two cents.
It’s not just gender cards that are being too-frequently tossed. Blacks far too often blame their troubles with police on skin color.
Illegals far too often blame their amnesty opposition on racism. NFL players blame minorities’ distresses on the nation.
No one seems to want to show a little bit of self-reflection and personal accountability these days.
Racism and sexism do exist. But more often than not, it’s not those things nor any other external influences that are at fault.
Sometimes it’s just you.
Voters didn’t want Clinton as a candidate in the first place, but the woman does as she pleases. Her voters consisted of liberals who hated Trump more than the Devil himself, or who were just so blindly extreme-feminist that they would prefer a lying idiot in the White House just because she has a vagina.
If sexism played such a huge role in the 2016 election, then it would have probably also stopped Hillary Clinton from ever becoming a U.S. Senator from New York or the 67th Secretary of State, as those are both huge positions and very difficult to achieve.
Ginsburg told Rose that “we came pretty close” to electing a female president last year and that such progress is a “hopeful sign.”
“The more women out there doing things … women come in all sizes and shapes,” Ginsburg said. “To see the entrance of women into places where they were not there before is a hopeful sign.”
The Supreme Court justice, among the court’s reliably liberal members, was critical of President Donald Trump during the 2016 campaign, calling him a “faker” and telling an interviewer that “I don’t even want to contemplate” the idea of him being elected. She later walked back those statements, calling them “ill-advised.”
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