If you don’t vote for Hillary, you must hate women. That was message delivered by Hillary Clinton as the Democratic National Convention came to a close on Thursday.
Clinton, while dealing with a new investigation by the IRS into her Clinton Foundation “pay to play” corruption, made a final plea to the American people and again played her only card. The gender card.
It was the main focus of the whole convention; “Hillary Clinton, the first female…” and they want to make sure people got the message they were sending. We were reminded over and over again, while the seed was planted throughout the convention, that a vote for Hillary is a vote for womens equality and the future of little girls everywhere.
The strategy is dangerously clever. Just as any criticism of Barack Obama was shouted down by words like racist or bigot, any criticism of Hillary Clinton will be shouted down by words like misogynist or sexist. Again, these are weaponized words to silence any kind of debate or discussion. It’s a tactic taken right out Saul Alinsky’s “Radical” books. Alinsky was a democratic socialist and like Obama, a community organizer. Alinsky was an inspiration to both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
As Clinton noted at the conclusion of her undergraduate thesis on Alinsky, “If the ideals Alinsky espouses were actualized, the result would be social revolution.”
In her letter to Alinsky, Hillary says, “I have just had my one-thousandth conversation” about Reveille for Radicals.
There is nothing new about the new left except that the new left is hell bent on bringing Alinsky’s delusional idea of a Marxist utopia to fruition by any means necessary.
A vote for Hillary Clinton will be a vote against everything America stands for in the way of Freedom, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Most people have no idea just how sadistically evil this person is, but, we all know she’s a woman.