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But the dumbest belief of them all is not that Hillary is thinking she lost the presidential race “partly because I’m a woman“ but because she entered the race thinking her gender was the most important thing she could offer to the 2016 presidency

What Fugly-Mouthed Hillary Clinton Has in common with fugly-mouthed Lynn Yaeger


By --September 7, 2017

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What do Hillary Clinton and Lynn Yaeger, of snakeskin stilettos fame, have in common?

Both allow hissing hatred and bitterness to control their lives.

Clinton and Yaeger would climb over mountains of human backs in stilettos just to make it to the publicity required to find oxygen for their embittered egos.

Lynn Yaeger is all too willing to deface herself with a signature cupid’s bow to garner fame;  Hillary Clinton willing to forever deface the mug of politics for similar reasons.

Yaeger writes as a contributing fashion editor for Vogue Magazine.  Clinton writes books that lean heavily on lies.

Both have a seemingly incurable case of ‘The Fuglies’,  having distinguished themselves by being fugly mouthed.

The latest trash talk of Yaeger that went over like the proverbial lead balloon:

No, Melania Trump, You Cannot Wear Those Shoes to a Flood Zone
(Lynn Yaeger, Vogue, Aug. 29, 2017)

“Oh, Melania.

In the words of the late, great Lou Reed, you “couldn’t hit it sideways.”

“First the now–First Lady (perhaps unwittingly) plagiarizes Michelle Obama in her convention speech, then she takes as her platform a crusade against bullying—when she is married to unquestionably the greatest cyber bully in political history—and now this!

“This morning, Mrs. Trump boarded Air Force One wearing a pair of towering pointy-toed snakeskin heels better suited to a shopping afternoon on Madison Avenue or a girls’ luncheon at La Grenouille.

 

“While the nation is riveted by images of thousands of Texans wading with their possessions, their pets, their kids, in chest-high water, desperately seeking refuge; while a government official recommend (sic) that those who insist on sheltering in place write their names and social security numbers on their arms, Melania Trump is heading to visit them in footwear that is a challenge to walk in on dry land.

“A spokesperson says she has other shoes to change into on the plane—and one sincerely hopes there is a pair of leopard-print Wellies-in-waiting to get her from the tarmac to the limo. But what kind of message does a fly-in visit from a First Lady in sky-high stilettos send to those suffering the enormous hardship, the devastation of this natural disaster?

“And why, oh why, can’t this administration get anything, even a pair of shoes, right?”

Could Vogue magazine with must-be untold millions of dollars in its coffers be setting up anyone who would take the bait that Yaeger is, among other things,  outstandingly FUGLY?

Yaeger is straight out of IT, the movie based on Steven King’s book.  Problem is she’s not just a flickering image on the Hollywood screen, but someone who rides the subways of New York after protests like the latest one at Trump Towers. (Daily Caller)

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Vogue’s perfectly safe in its backing of Lynn Yaeger if only because she is, after all…a WOMAN!

Madam Clinton strives for the same by blaming her gender as part of a downright humiliating presidential election loss that she’ll never get over.

Hillary Clinton is still “at a loss” about her loss. (New York Daily News, Sept. 6, 2017)

“In leaked excerpts from her upcoming election memoir “What Happened,” the defeated Democratic candidate admits to mistakes, regrets and “dumb” moves from her presidential bid — but says she still does not understand why so many Americans oppose her.

“What makes me such a lightning rod for fury? I’m really asking. I’m at a loss,” she asks in the book.

“I think it’s partly because I’m a woman.”

 


That’s Hillary’s feminist look on life on Earth, and she’s sticking to it.

“I was running a traditional presidential campaign with carefully thought-out policies and painstakingly built coalitions, while Trump was running a reality TV show that expertly and relentlessly stoked Americans’ anger and resentment,” she writes. (New York Daily News)

“She also admits to a series of fatal flubs on the campaign trail.

“A comment about wanting to put coal miners out of business was the remark “I regret the most,” she says. She acknowledges the bad “optics” of giving paid speeches to Wall Street firms before beginning her campaign. And she says her decision to use a private email server as secretary of state — which set off a scandal that sprawled through her entire campaign — was “dumb.”

But the dumbest belief of them all is not that Hillary is thinking she lost the presidential race “partly because I’m a woman“ but because she entered the race thinking her gender was the most important thing she could offer to the 2016 presidency.



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