More than a year later, liberals still just can’t get over the fact that Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump, and now Chelsea Clinton has done her best to make sure that future generations of whiners won’t get over it, either.
In the December issue of Teen Vogue – which was, for some bizarre reason, guest edited by Hillary – Chelsea penned a letter to her children titled, “My Hopes For Your Futures Haven’t Changed.” In the letter, Chelsea waxes poetic about Hillary’s failed presidential campaign – and completely vilifies both Trump and the people who voted for him.
I guest-edited this month’s issue of @TeenVogue. It was a wonderful experience, with lots of terrific contributions from people I love & respect. Read this letter that my daughter wrote to her children about why she’s still optimistic about the future. cc: @ChelseaClinton https://t.co/o438PENNvb
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 20, 2017
“For me, the 2016 Election was most of all about you and the world I wanted for you and your generation to grow up in,” Chelsea wrote to her children, Charlotte and Aiden. “While your grandmother’s name was on the ballot, for me, it was an election fundamentally about our country’s future, about your future.”
Sounds nice, right? Well, just wait until you see what Chelsea had to say to her children about Trump and his supporters.
“[Hillary] spoke about all she hoped and planned to do to lift up everyone’s lives and opportunities,” Chelsea waxed. “Then she talked about people with racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic views that then-candidate Trump emboldened and validated.”
It only gets worse from there.
“In 2016, your grandmother was equally fighting for the people who agreed with her and those who didn’t — but she wasn’t afraid to call out bigoted views for what they were,” Clinton said, before going on to imply that Trump is an Islamaphobe, a neo-Nazi apologist, and an anti-vaxxer and science-denier. She even claims that school bullying is on the rise because of Trump.
“We have a president who excuses neo-Nazis, who wants to ban members of our military because of who they are and keep out immigrants because of who they worship. We have a president who denies science, whether it’s vaccines or climate change or evidence that, yes, health insurance helps save lives; that’s personal, too, because it’s about protecting our public health today and in the future. The marked rise in bullying in our schools, with some kids citing President Trump’s words to taunt others? That’s personal, too.”
You know what else is personal? How badly Chelsea has insulted our collective intelligence with this nauseating letter.
One day when Charlotte and Aiden are old enough, hopefully someone will inform them that their grandmother lost not because perceived evil triumphed over perceived good, but because she’s a liar and a criminal who held herself above the law and everyone else.
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