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Published On: Wed, Nov 9th, 2016

Slate’s LV Anderson offers up sexist, bigoted look at white women who voted for Trump

Just like other hysterical leftists damaged by the Donald Trump victory last night, Slate writer L.V. Anderson took shots at white women for their lack of support for Hillary Clinton.

To be clear, Anderson omits policy from her argument, so eight years of failed Obama policies, Benghazi, the email scandal, the Clinton Foundation, her sexual deviant of a husband and her overall unlikeable personality – none of that could have been a factor.

“According to CNN, 53 percent of white female voters voted for Donald Trump,” she begins, trashing Trump and claiming that these women “…looked at the first viable female candidate for the presidency, a wildly competent and overqualified career public servant, and said, ‘Trump that bitch.'”

That’s how Anderson sees Clinton: “wildly competent and overqualified” yet the electorate looked at the scandals, the WikiLeaks emails, the DNC conspiracy, the FBI shenanigans and voted otherwise.

Why?

Well, Anderson writes that it’s “Self-loathing. Hypocrisy. And, of course, a racist view of the world that privileges white supremacy over every other issue.”

photo donkeyhotey

photo donkeyhotey

In fact, her argument proves she’s a wild sexist and believes Clinton’s lack of male genitalia should cause female voters to flock about the failed Secretary of State.

“Any woman who has had or might need an abortion, but who still voted for Trump, is guilty of the worst kind of selfishness.”

Or maybe, some are pro-life and others feel some issues matter more.

Anderson goes for racism: “Of course, the biggest and saddest reason white women chose Trump over Clinton is simple: racism. Trump tried to pit straight white men against everyone else—women, people of color, people in the LGBTQ community, immigrants—and white women decided they didn’t want to vote on the side of ‘everyone else.’ They wanted to vote on the side of white men. White women decided that defending their position of power as white people was more important than defending their reproductive rights, their sexual autonomy, their access to health care, family leave, and child care. White women bought into Trump’s lies about immigrant rapists and decided they’d rather have the respect of their angry white fathers, brothers, and husbands than the respect of literally everyone else in the world.”

The Slate writer believes the white women are racist and should have voted for the white woman over the white man.

It only gets more absurd: “The shocking results of the election prove that most white women don’t consider themselves part of the coalition of nonwhite, nonstraight, nonmale voters who were supposed to carry Clinton to a comfortable victory.”

The fearmongering and stereotypes just keep coming: “Most white women still identify more with white men than they do with black women, Latina women, Muslim women, transwomen, and every other woman who will have good reason to fear for her physical safety under a Trump regime. And while it’s nonwhite and queer women who have the most to lose under Trump, white women will have to live with the consequences of their own actions in a country without a right to abortion, without access to health insurance, without an adequate family leave policy, and with a head of state who values them only insofar as he wants to f**k them.”

“Fear for their physical safety” is the biggest farce: based on what? A 1990’s audio which pre-dates his time on Celebrity Apprentice?

Anderson just closes with self-pity: “White women sold out their fellow women, their country, and themselves last night. Most white women don’t want to be part of an intersectional feminist sisterhood. Most white women just want to be one of the guys. And we will all suffer for it.”

Racist poster from 1866  - Library of Congress

Racist poster from 1866 – Library of Congress

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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