The liberal media has been nothing short of giddy following the official nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democrat Party’s candidate for president of the United States.
They effusively called it a “historic moment” and gushed about the chance of Clinton becoming the “first woman president,” and how she should be not only an inspiration, but a model for all other women and young girls to strive to emulate.
But TheBlaze blogger Matt Walsh thought differently, and penned another of his brutal editorials exposing the real “historic” nature of Clinton’s nomination.
“If I were a woman, I would feel insulted that the first female ever to be nominated also happens to be a cruel, cold, calculating, ruthless, lying crook,” Walsh wrote. “If we’re going to give the distinction of ‘first woman nominee’ or, God forbid, ‘first woman president’ to anyone, she is, quite literally, the last woman in the country who deserves the honor.”
In his piece, Walsh proceeded to note some of the other “historic” firsts accomplished alongside Clinton’s nomination, such as the first nominee to be under an FBI investigation, the first nominee to wear a $13,000 jacket while delivering a speech on income inequality, the first nominee to spend decades silencing and intimidating the alleged rape and abuse victims of their spouse, and the first nominee to accept donations to a family foundation from foreign governments and corporate interests in exchange for political favors.
Walsh made clear that despite the manner in which the media has been glowing about Clinton, he did not view her or her accomplishments as an acceptable model for young girls, particularly his daughter, to look up to and emulate.
He pointed out that she is a liar and deceiver, not traits which should be encouraged in anyone, particularly young girls.
He noted the extensive reports and rumors of the way in which Clinton has been alleged to mistreat people working for and around her — again, not a trait we want young people to emulate.
Finally, he exposed how Clinton has acted as though she were above the law, breaking with apparent impunity the rules and regulations that would place ordinary folk behind bars for extensive periods of time. Yeah, breaking the law is not something we should encourage young women to do.
He ended his piece by ruthlessly ripping apart every defense the media has erected to protect Hillary Clinton, exposing her for the corrupt, law-breaking liar that she is, declaring her to be the exact opposite of what young people, especially little girls, should strive to be as they grow up.