Ingraham: Hillary Clinton "Always Wants To Play The Damsel In Distress"


From the February 4 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

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LAURA INGRAHAM: She's testified for a whole 11 hours, and so all of you should just put aside your concerns about those emails, put aside the concern about the private server, about the classified nature of the emails. So classified are 100 of the emails, is it 100, 100 emails? They're so classified that the government can't even release them redacted. But don't worry because I've testified for 11 whole hours and I've been under attack.This is so typical Hillary, though. Hillary always wants to play the damsel in distress when it works for her. She's the put upon wife at the beginning of the Monica Lewinsky scandal. She's oh, it's the vast right-wing conspiracy. "I know what it's like to be knocked down," she said. "I know what it's like to be knocked down," on the cover of Time magazine. So she now wants to portray herself as this poor, put upon damsel in distress. How does that sit with the feminists out there. No wonder these young women are flocking to Bernie Sanders. These young, liberal women see this, like wait a second, how the heck is that independent and feminist? You want to play with the big boys in the big boy sandbox, but then you're upset when they throw a Tonka truck at you. You're tough and you're going to take on all these adversaries and you're going to be the commander in chief, but Bernie's being mean to you and Trey Gowdy wanted some answers to some questions. And that means you're being subjected to attacks?


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