Originally posted at CLASH Daily.
Lest we forget, Chelsea Clinton Mezvinsky is the daughter of a presidential candidate who, while cheering women toward the abortion clinic, simultaneously claims to also be a devout Christian. Unlike her life-long Methodist mother, Chelsea, who is pregnant with her second child, claims she left the Baptist Church at the tender age of six because of the church’s anti-abortion stance.
If you believe that one, how about two free tickets to a Matrimonial Faithfulness seminar featuring Bill Clinton as the keynote speaker?
Either way, based on the six-year-old abortion activist story and some of the other tall tales Chelsea has come out with lately, it’s undeniably clear that the Clinton daughter has inherited her parent’s lying gene.
Now, on behalf of Sir Edmund Hillary’s namesake, Chelsea is exercising that genetic propensity by picking up the “right-wing conspiracy” torch her mother lit when dad got caught using cigar tubes for something other then storing cigars.
While Donald Trump was somewhere in America speaking to a crowd of thousands, and after netting $600,000 (equal pay for equal work) as an entry-level salary at NBC, the Hillary campaign asked Mrs. Mezvinsky to speak to a rousing crowd of 75 toadies.
On the campaign trail mom, Hillary, denounces Republicans by mentioning things like immigrants being dragged from their homes in the dead of night and deported. The woman in the “Orange is the New Black” pantsuit also implies the opposition party does nothing about minority children being shot because of the color of their skin. All that, and much more, happens when the woman who points to non-existent people in the audience isn’t emphatically stating that the GOP is responsible for LGBT couples being fired from their jobs “because of who they are and who they love.”
None of which, by the way, is true.
Now, before throwing red meat to the ravenous mini-crowd of mostly senior citizen women, Chelsea, following in Mommy’s footsteps, reminded Hillary fans at the pre-caucus gathering in Minnesota that this election is the most important one of her lifetime – which is what Chelsea also said in 2008.
From there, the former first daughter downshifted into the type of “vast right-wing conspiracy” rhetoric that would make her hyper-partisan mother proud. After claiming at another campaign stop that she was an abortion activist at the age of six, Chelsea had zero trouble accusing Republicans of bigotry, homophobia, and chauvinism.
On behalf of mom, Chelsea said this:
While it’s important to have a president who knows when to stand her ground and give no purchase to the racist, homophobic, sexist rhetoric and policy ideas that are coming out of the Republican side, it’s also important to have a president who knows how to find common ground.
With that in mind, here are three questions for Chelsea:
First of all, we already know mom can’t, but can you provide examples of Republican “racist, homophobic, [and/or] sexist rhetoric”?
As for “common ground”, is that what you sought at the age of six when your Sunday School teacher pointed out to you that slaughtering unborn babies in the womb contradicts the Bible?
And, finally, what kind of far fetched story will you and your mother come up with when America “gives no purchase” to Hillary’s unrelenting pursuit to become America’s first female president?