Sometimes the news is just gossip, and that’s okay. (Is it though?) Today everyone online is poppin’ off about a recent interview with Hillary Clinton in the Hollywood Reporter where ya girl talks some serious sh*t about Bernie Sanders. The interview covers an upcoming docuseries set to premiere on Hulu, entitled “Hillary,” which gives an inside look at Clinton’s life. Apparently she doesn’t hold anything back, because when asked about Senator Sanders, Clinton says, “Nobody likes him.” Yikes.
The quote comes from a point in the doc when Clinton is going on Sanders as a politician.
“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician. It’s all just baloney and I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.”
When asked by the Hollywood Reporter’s Lacey Rose if this assessment holds true, Clinton responded that it did. Damn, tell us how you really feel, Hill.
And it didn’t end there! When asked if she would endorse Sanders, Clinton wouldn’t say that she would, which is pretty cold considering he endorsed and campaigned for her after losing to her in the 2016 primary. Clinton also had some sh*t to talk about Bernie’s followers and the culture around them that she believes he supports:
“I will say, however, that it’s not only him, it’s the culture around him. It’s his leadership team. It’s his prominent supporters. It’s his online Bernie Bros and their relentless attacks on lots of his competitors, particularly the women. And I really hope people are paying attention to that because it should be worrisome that he has permitted this culture — not only permitted, seems to really be very much supporting it. And I don’t think we want to go down that road again where you campaign by insult and attack and maybe you try to get some distance from it, but you either don’t know what your campaign and supporters are doing or you’re just giving them a wink and you want them to go after Kamala or after Elizabeth . I think that that’s a pattern that people should take into account when they make their decisions.”
Looks like Hill is *not* a fan of Bernie Bros.
When asked about the recent Bernie/Warren “feud,” Clinton first stated that she believes a woman can be president, and then implied that Sanders doesn’t believe one could, and cited the fact Sanders called her unqualified when he was running against her, seemingly to imply that that means he doesn’t believe women can be president.
All of this seems like a lot of negative energy to spend on trashing a Democratic candidate who is doing well in the polls right now. However things may have gone down — and again, Bernie campaigned for her — the fact of the matter is that Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are no longer running against each other. His supporters were not nice to her at times, nor hers to his, and that sucks, but maybe it’s time to move past it all?
After all, we have an election to win.
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Friends, lovers, betches: One of our nation’s great institutions is under attack. No, not inconsequential shit like women’s rights, healthcare, our reputation in the world, the environment, the economy, our nuclear defenses, voting rights, or the safety and security of minorities.
I’m talking about the real shit—fucking yoga pants.
Kellyanne Conway is the straw-haired, dead-eyed succubus weirdly (and irresponsibly) humanized by SNL who wormed her way into the president’s ear and brain, not unlike the way an amoeba would when swimming in dirty water. And because subtlety and class are the provenance of faggy libtards, she wore this to Donald Trump’s inauguration:
She caught a lot of flack on social media, which she should have, because she looked goddamn ridiculous, like if Paddington Bear was auditioning to be an extra in Hamilton. Michael Wolff (inexplicably) brought this up in his interview with Conway for The Hollywood Reporter, and instead of her usual “lie-lie-lie-PIVOT” tactic she uses when confronted with facts she doesn’t like, she said this:
“sorry to offend the black-stretch-pants women of America with a little color.” Conway is referring, of course, to the $3,600 red, white and blue Gucci military-style coat — meant to signify the Donald Trump revolution — that she wore, accompanied by her husband and four children, to the Jan. 20 inaugural ceremonies.
For one thing, charging someone $3,600 for that monstrosity sounds like a crime until you consider the kind of flag-humping sucker that would buy it. Secondly, what the fuck, Kellyanne?
There are two ways to see this very mild burn. One is that it’s directed at the kind of latte-sipping, yoga-practicing young woman scattered as far as the eye can see in and around our nation’s capital. We all know that DC just isn’t as stylish as New York , and Kellyanne (who’s spent her whole career here hiding under staircases and licking people’s boots) would know this as well as anyone.
But the other, much more salacious and biased-in-a-way-that-fits-my-worldview takeaway is that she’s throwing shade at fat people, i.e. her boss’s supporters. I mean, what if these yoga pants are all that fits them right now? It’s a distinct possibility when butter’s not a carb, but a food group.
Of course, none of this matters. Soon Congress will make having an empty uterus illegal, or Trump will tweet a picture of his dick to the Queen of England, and we’ll all forget that it ever happened.
But stay woke, Betches. Need we remind you, your right to wear yoga pants has long been under attack:
Christian Blogger Declares Yoga Pants Too Lustful
Don’t Wear Yoga Pants Unless You’re Young And Skinny, Says Irrelevant Man
Montana Lawmaker Wants To Make Yoga Pants Illegal
Washington Post Writer Calls Yoga Pants ‘An Assault On Manners & A Nihilistic Threat’
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