Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, sure knows how to spin the truth.
Consider, for instance, what she said during an interview Wednesday night on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”
“What feels different about this election to me is I don’t remember a time when so many Americans were being attacked by a major party’s presidential nominee — the attacks against women, against immigrants, against minorities, against our LGBT community, against Americans with disabilities, against a Gold Star family,” she said.
Recall that it was her own mother who in September dismissed supporters of her opponent, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, as a “basket of deplorables.”
It was also this same woman who in early October was revealed to have once accused supporters of her Democrat primary opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, of “living in their parents’ basement.”
If anyone was lodging spurious attacks against the American people, it was Hillary Clinton, not Donald Trump.
In fact, never once during this year’s presidential election cycle has Trump smearedall women, immigrants, minorities, LGBT community members, Americans with disabilities or Gold Star families.
Trump has however lodged attacks against specific people who were a part of those special interest groups, but every one of these attacks had some sort of basis in truth.
The attack against Gold star family members Khizir and Ghazala Khan, for instance, occurred after the family rudely slammed him at the Democrat National Convention, accusing him of never having read the U.S. Constitution.
Apparently, Trump merely standing up for himself against bullies made him a racist, intolerant monster. Yet when Clinton smeared entire swaths of people who had never even done anything to her (except for refuse to vote for her corrupt self), that was OK.
Whatever. Keep drinking the Kool-Aid, Chelsea. It is not like the American people believe anything you or your corrupt family says anyway.