Published On: Wed, Nov 9th, 2016

Kate Harding: America is ‘ racist, xenophobic, fearful and ignorant’

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The Guardian took aim at America’s political landscape after the sweep by Republicans, the big win by Donald Trump and the GOP. Kate Harding, author of Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture—and What We Can Do About It, is no secret purveyor of leftist ideals, far left feminist issues and hated of conservatives.

Here’s what she began with: “I’m not going to give you some ‘This isn’t the America I know’ bullshit. This is absolutely the America I know. My country is racist, xenophobic, fearful and ignorant. My country hates women, which is bad enough, and pretends it doesn’t, which is worse.”

The die-hard Clinton supporter was part of the massive attack piece perpetuating the outdated stereotypes of “sexist, racist, bigoted, homophobes…” in the Republican Party. Harding takes aim at those attack Clinton, claiming they must be sexist pigs:

“I have watched people I used to respect buy into every lie ever printed about her, rather than confront their own discomfort with ambitious and powerful women.”

She bemoans the feeling that she is “hated,” obviously taking politics WAY TOO personal, buying into the liberal propaganda and NEVER believing an ounce of policy matters in the election results.

Harding quotes her husband, who buys into the belief sexist America voted against Hillary:

“This election has taught me that anyone other than Hillary would have given up ages ago, rather than take this relentless, awful abuse,” he said finally. “That’s why there’s never been a woman.”

“He’s right,” she says, concluding her remarks and attempting to find validation and motivation to continue her crusade. “There’s never been an American woman who could fully transcend the relentless, awful abuse that comes with wanting more for herself, or for her country. But so many have died trying. If I have to, I guess I’ll be one of them.”

CNN analyis pointed to Clinton underperforming with women, as well as blacks and Hispanic voters, so maybe this is more on Clinton and NOT on America in general.

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photo/Jennifer Parr

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    You are an idiot!

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