Clinton, epitome of the grievance culture, blames “self-hating” women for her loss

From Brent Bozell at Townhall:

“Certainly, misogyny played a role,” she declared. “I mean, that just has to be admitted.” She and Kristof mulled over what he called “abundant social science research” that says we admire men for being ambitious and successful but find women “less likable” when they are powerful.

Yes, but:

Clinton complained that when she left the State Department, her approval rating was 64 or 65 percent, but “by the time they finished with me, I was Typhoid Mary.” “They” meant Trump and the conservative media. Never would this woman ever concede that the more the public saw and heard her, the less it liked her. In an added note of self-pity, she added: “Poor Mary. She didn’t deserve it either.” More.

Reality check: If Clinton’s ilk ever leads again, we’re all lost. The assumption is that women are automatically better off with a double x president, no matter what she thinks, say, or does. As if our lives were just the photos in a politically correct textbook or something.

See also: Has everyone forgotten that the Obama campaign decided to desert white working class voters in 2012?