Indications are, Hillary Clinton shouldn’t have dropped out of charm school.
For those who have been burning their little gray cells trying to figure out why Hillary cannot present herself as charming and likable in public, the answer is now at hand.
Apparently, she is not a very nice person. Not only that, but she appears to be a violent person. In particular, she bears a venomous hatred of men. The man who received most of that misandry was her husband, Bill Clinton.
Hillary beat her husband, over and over again. She hit him, threw things at him, even to the point of drawing blood. And then, her attitude toward the Secret Service and the uniformed male personnel in the White House went beyond nasty. She was overtly contemptuous and emotionally abusive.
This all makes Bill Clinton far more sympathetic. Though you have to ask himself why he would have married a harridan in the first place. Reading the sources you understand why he cheated. You start thinking that perhaps he didn’t cheat enough.
Some of the sources are questionable, like Roger Stone, the former Trump political operative who has a new book about Hillary’s violent temper, but other sources, like former Clinton press secretary Dee Dee Myers, are more credible.
The New York Post has one side of the story today:
Accounts of marital discord, however, have been well-reported for decades. Even Bill Clinton’s former press officer Dee Dee Myers later admitted that she covered for the first lady.
In March 1993, when Hillary flew to her father’s deathbed in Little Rock, Ark., Bill entertained Barbra Streisand at the White House. When Hillary heard that the singer — an unabashed admirer of the president — had spent the night at the White House, she flew back home in a rage.
The president was later seen with such a bad scratch on his neck that reporters were asking about it.
“I’m the idiot who said he’d cut himself shaving before I’d seen him,” Myers told author Gail Sheehy in 1999. “Then I saw him — it was a big scratch, clearly not a shaving cut. Barbra Streisand was clearly around at the time.”
Arkansas state troopers assigned to then-Gov. Bill Clinton’s detail had seen worse. Once, when Hillary awoke in the middle of the night to find Bill gone, she called the trooper assigned to Bill and demanded he bring the governor home immediately.
She was waiting in the kitchen, and as Chris Andersen wrote in “American Evita: Hillary Clinton’s Path to Power,” the ensuing fight got violent, with “shattering glass and slamming doors” reverberating throughout the mansion. “When it was over, staff members . . . [found] broken glass, smashed dishes and a cupboard door ripped off its hinges.”
Andersen also wrote that Hillary would assault Bill in their limo en route to official functions. Whatever was available, she’d throw at Bill: “Yellow legal pads, files, briefing books, car keys . . . ‘They’d be screaming at each other, real blue-in-the-face stuff,’ one of their drivers said, ‘but when the car pulled up to their destination, it was all smiles and waving for the crowd.’ ”
And then, this, from FBI agent Gary Aldrich:
“Hillary began Inauguration Day 1993 cursing and shrieking profanities at Bill,” Stone writes. This account was also documented in Gary Aldrich’s book “Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House” — as was her verbal abuse towards her Secret Service detail.
“Just stay the f–k back — stay the f–k away from me!” she’d tell them. “Don’t come within 10 yards of me, or else! Just f–king do as I say, okay?”
Journalist Ron Kessler also has a book about Hillary. He reports on incidents recounted to him by Secret Service agents:
Hillary was very rude to agents, and she didn't appear to like law enforcement or the military,' former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman recalled to Kessler.
'She wouldn't go over and meet military people or police officers, as most protectees do.
'She was just really rude to almost everybody. She'd act like she didn't want you around, like you were beneath her.'
On another occasion, a member of the uniformed Secret Service once cheerfully greeted Mrs Clinton by saying 'Good morning, ma'am.'
'F— off,' is how she replied, according to Kessler's book.
Kessler explained in the book that when Mrs Clinton is in public, she smiles and acts graciously.
'As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident,' he wrote.
'Hillary Clinton can make Richard Nixon look like Mahatma Gandhi.'
His book also revealed how Mrs Clinton allegedly didn't like the attire military aides wore.
'Hillary didn't like the military aides wearing their uniforms around the White House,' one former agent recounted to Kessler.
These incidents bespeak a violent contempt for men, for masculine institutions and for all manly virtues. It’s no wonder that Hillary surrounds herself with women. It makes sense that she married a ladies’ man.
Some people have long contended the contemporary feminism, the kind that was launched slightly after Hillary graduated college, was based on a hatred of men, a contempt for men, an aggressive and violent attitude toward men. If so, then Hillary Clinton is the living embodiment of this idea, the Logos become flesh, if you will.
But, this raises a larger question. Even without the gossip and the insider reports, can the average woman, looking at Hillary Clinton, sense that she hates men? One understands that women are better at reading emotion in others. Women tend to be more sensitive. They pick up emotional clues easier than men do.
If this is true, do women know intuitively that Hillary Clinton hates men. And if they do, are they attracted to her because she represents feelings that they refuse to accept or are they happy that she expresses feelings that they do not want to show off in public.
Because, face it, if a woman runs around showing that level of contempt and hatred for men, some poor male soul somewhere is going to call the bluff. By being in the corridors of power, Hillary never has to worry about any man calling her bluff… except of course for her loving husband who has never done anything but.
You might think that American feminism raised the question of women’s rights. In America, feminists seem less concerned with women’s rights and more concerned with men’s wrongs.
But, if the truth of this form of feminism is not found in the arcane writings of feminist theorists, but in the person of a woman that feminists idolize, then feminism contains more than its fair share of hatred of men, contempt for men and a wish to abuse men violently.