Listen: Kirsten Gillibrand, The New York Times And Hillary Clinton discussed on The Savage Nation with Michael Savage
"Nobody really understands what her positions aren't anything because she shifted all of them, which is why she gets the Justin Bieber treatment here. Nobody knows what the hell. She means. Whether she's saying, yes, or no nobody knows. So there's a great article at the New York Times today talking about the fact that Kirsten gillibrand may not have any positions, but she is a woman, and that's all that matters all the matters of the Kirsten gillibrand is a female human. We know she's a female human because she says, she's a female human. Maybe she's a male human if she decides to Marsh's nail human. Maybe she's a male human, according to the times. But right now, she's campaigning as a woman. So the New York Times has a piece today called this is my space Kirsten gillibrand unabashedly feminist campaign the morning after the election of Donald J Trump Kirsten gillibrand woke up and began crying bawling. She corrected herself. Now normally, wouldn't you think this was like an anti feminist stereotype? Woman wakes up the morning after election, and she just starts weeping. Like, if I said Kirsten gillibrand just out of the blue I said Kirsten gillibrand that lady probably probably wept that after the election or something that oh my God, sexist, stereotypes, sexist trope. The New York Times opens with that little story to demonstrate that she's a female. It's a little awkward. The New York Times continues after spending the next two months, deeply depressed. My god. It's like they're fulfiling every stereotype of emotional females in order to paint Kirsten gillibrand as the parodied Matic human female, the junior Senator from New York experience, but she called the most inspiring day of her political life the women's March and almost two years to the day after that miss Jill LeBron sat in Manhattan wine bar, holding a glass of Pinot Noir, and described why she believes the country and the Democratic Party an unabashedly feminist campaign for president. And why she thinks she's the candidates run it. So basically, she has every female stereotype wrapped up into one and she woke up the morning after the election crying. And then she spent the next two months deeply depressed presumably should ate a lot of chocolate. And then she went to the women's March where she felt very inspired by seeing a bunch of women wearing pussy, hats and. Then she now does interviews at the New York Times at a Manhattan wine bar, like every female stereotype has now been checked all we're lacking in the democratic female stereotype categories that she had a couple of abortions when she was younger that would make her a full female, according to the Democrats at the New York Times you understand. This is my space gillibrand said in an interview, I don't know if my party will get as far as I will go on a lot of these issues, but I believe in them so strongly what exactly are her issues? No one knows. What does she mean? But she is a woman and AL's a woman that means that we are supposed to pay more attention to her because she does not have certain male parts at a moment when women are sentence in democratic politics and polls show record gender gap between the parties miss, Jill, Brandon. Her adviser see an opportunity to ride a wave of women's political energy right into the White House. I'm getting a bit of deja vu flashback because I have to say wasn't this exactly. Hillary Clinton two thousand sixteen campaign. Didn't they play fight song at the two thousand sixteen DNC? That obnoxious terrible song. This is my fight song. Wasn't that the routine when Kirsten gillibrand is doing that again, except she has switched more positions than Hillary Clinton? And also, she is even more unlikeable than Hillary Clinton a near impossible achievement for human. Well, multiple women are serious contenders. For president for the first time in American history says the New York Times miss Jill brand is the only one who is making a running as a woman four women the central theme of for candy. What the hell that means? It turns out lots of women disagree on the issues because if women actually voted as a bloc one hundred percents of all representatives in the United States would be women since women represents about fifty three percents of all the people who vote women don't vote as a bloc women vote as individuals as general rule, but we're supposed to believe that Jila brand stands for all women. Well, I mean, I guess you could I mean, I just said that women have positions all over the place so does Kirsten gillibrand. So in that way is completely reflective. Whether her campaign is successful. Or not says the New York Times news article, not an opinion article her campaign is successful or not miss Jill. Lebron's approach. We'll test how much views have changed on issues like discrimination, sexual harassment and female leadership after two years of an administration that has embroiled the country in an emotional debate over gender bias the administration that did that. Or was it the media and Hillary Clinton that did that during two thousand sixteen so Kirsten gillibrand running as women that is the update from the shocking and wonderful gillibrand campaign, we'll get to the other candidates and what they have been doing. And their theme songs that we have picked in the last twenty four hours, and I'm excited about it too. Then just a second first, let's talk about your."