Hillary’s Fauxpology

2016 Hillary basket of deplorables

From Twitchy:

Last week, Hillary was overseas and between slips in a bathtub and a near tumble down a bunch of stairs, she somehow found time to insult each and every person who didn’t vote for her as sexist, racist, backward-thinking bigots who don’t believe in equality and want to keep minorities unemployed.

Yeah, she’s a real PEACH ain’t she?

Well, seems ‘The Devil Wears Bad Pantsuits’ is getting quite a bit of pushback (even from members of her own party like Dick Durbin) SO she clarified and sort of apologized … on Facebook.

Excerpts from Hillary’s Fauxpology:

“I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted. I meant no disrespect to any individual or group. And I want to look to the future as much as anybody.”

“As much as I hate the possibility, and hate saying it, it’s not that crazy when you think about our ongoing struggle to reach gender balance – even within the same household. I did not realize how hard it would hit many who heard it.”

I hope the clarification “helps to explain the point I was trying to make.”

Best tweets:

  • “I called all white women dumb … but, like, no offense?”
  • “I meant no disrespect calling 60 million Americans loathsome irredeemables.”
  • “Hey guys, I’m super sorry you are too dumb to understand what I was REALLY saying, so my bad and stuff.”
  • And she wonders why she lost.

2016 Trump v Hillary campaigns



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One response to “Hillary’s Fauxpology

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    Hillary Clinton’s comments in India weren’t shocking. She has said these things before. As for her “apology”, it’s ridiculous of her to say she “meant no disrespect.” Disrespect is exactly what she meant. In fact, I couldn’t think of a better word to describe her intention.

    She thinks that the Trump voting bloc is made up of racists and women who are too scared to indulge their conscience even when they’re in a voting booth alone. Anyone who’s paying even the slightest bit of attention realizes that we’re talking about a consistent perspective, not a gaffe.