Kellyanne Has Perfect Answer When Daughters Ask Why She Didn't Vote for Woman for President


In a recent profile celebrating her status as the first woman to run a winning presidential campaign, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway articulated what she told her daughters last year when they asked her why she chose to not vote for the first female presidential nominee in American history, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

“I respect very much that Secretary Clinton is running for president, and it shows that in this country, people really can do anything if they set their mind to it,” she said to Time magazine. “At the same time, I try to explain to them that you could be excited for someone with whom you disagree and share in that moment in history as a proud American.”

“We are making our own choices and really making history every day — but yet making history in the fact that we are increasingly in control,” she added.

Listen to the full interview below, or fast-forward to the 2:20 mark to hear the relevant portion:

She nailed it, though failed Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would likely disagree. Her disturbing brand of so-called “feminism” posits that all women must think and act alike, particularly in regard to politics.

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Ergo, Clinton saw nothing wrong with it when former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright introduced her at a campaign event last year by telling the crowd, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”

But as Conway correctly noted in her profile, this brand of “feminism” isn’t real feminism.

“True feminism means you’re strong and independent enough to stand on your own,” she said.

Speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference last spring, she echoed this same sentiment, saying, “(T)here’s an individual feminism, if you will, that you make your own choices. I look at myself as a product of my choices, not a victim of my circumstances.”

This attitude places her in stark contrast to Clinton, who played the victim both during and after the election — and who continues to champion herself as an undeserved causality of America’s allegedly rampant sexism and misogyny.

This, of course, is probably one of many reasons why only 54 percent of women voted for Clinton in last year’s election — because real feminists such as Conway and others aren’t interested in having a self-avowed victim lead them.

H/T TheBlaze

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