Hillary Clinton: “Sexism, Misogyny” Prevented People From Voting For a Woman – After She Bragged About Winning Popular Vote (VIDEO)

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down with Jane Pauley on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ and gave her first T.V. interview since the 2016 presidential election.

Hillary spoke about her new memoir ‘What Happened’ which is set to release September 12.

Not only did Hillary Clinton blame Comey for her election loss when he decided to re-open the FBI investigation eleven days before the election, she doubled down on her ‘Deplorable’ insult to Trump supporters.

Hillary’s blame game continued during her interview when the issue of her being a female candidate arose. Hillary Clinton blamed sexism and misogyny for her election loss.

“I started the campaign knowing that I would have to work extra hard to make women and men feel comfortable with the idea of a woman president,” Hillary said.

“It doesn’t fit into the stereotypes we all carry around in our head and a lot of the sexism and misogyny was in service of these attitudes–like, you know, we really don’t want a woman Commander-in-Chief,” Hillary continued.

Oddly, sexism and the so-called Russian hacking only affected the electoral college because Hillary Clinton and her supporters routinely brag she received millions more votes than Trump. (most likely due to vote fraud)

Here is Hillary Clinton back in May bragging about winning the popular vote and getting 3 million more votes than Trump (video via Buzzfeed):

And here is Hillary Clinton saying people didn’t want to vote for a woman because of sexism and misogyny. (Video via NTK Network)

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