She’s running out of ideas on how to defeat Bernie Sanders
May 31, 2016
Hillary Clinton is once again blaming “sexism” for why she can’t beat Bernie Sanders.
In a New York magazine interview out this week, Clinton claimed people are telling her, “I really admire you, I really like you, I just don’t know if I can vote for a woman to be president.”
“I mean, they come to my events and then they say that to me,” she told the magazine. “Unpacking this, understanding it, is for writers like you. I’m just trying to cope with it. Deal with it. Live through it.”
Is Hillary getting desperate? It was only a week ago that her campaign decided to stop bringing up her gender  because it wasn’t “working with voters,” according to the AP, and it’s well-known that Hillary generally won’t do or say anything if it isn’t already polling well with voters.
It appears she’s running out of ideas on how to defeat Bernie Sanders.
Even more, who in the world goes up to Hillary and tells her they “admire” her and “really like” her? Remember, the most popular Democrat right now is Bernie Sanders; Hillary is generating zero enthusiasm in a election season fueled by an anti-establishment backlash.
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Clinton also previously claimed that “sexist” NASA stopped her dream to become an astronaut.
“I wrote to NASA and said, well, how do you get the be an astronaut,” she said on the Steve Harvey Show, which aired Feb. 24. “They wrote me back saying, ‘Thank you very much for your interest. At this time we are not accepting women astronauts.’”
“And it did, you know, it hurt my feelings, but I could never have been an astronaut anyway, but I was happy that Sally Ride and other women got to be astronauts later on.”