Those are just the tip of the iceberg as to the type of constant female victimhood mentality we are seeing from female writers, quoting female "experts," which indicates to me, the only bias being seen is by women that cannot handle the truth that Hillary Clinton is sick, was seen publicly passing out and has shown a tendency toward some very strange behavior.
"It is interesting as I sit here reflecting on suffrage today," she said, highlighting that Friday is Womenís Equality Day. "The arguments are the same. Women are the frail sex, the ones that donít quite have the stamina to be involved in the ugly game of politics."
She said the gender bias by the Trump campaign towards Clinton is more extreme than she can remember in recent history, calling his tactics "vicious."
"In my years of studying male versus female rhetoric in politics races, I havenít seen anyone go this far as to attack a woman for her health when there seems to be no founded reason for it," she said.
No founded reason for it???!!!??
One has to wonder if these females that are being quoted have been living under a rock. If they have missed the constant hacking and coughing fits?
The former president revealed that his wife's injury "required six months of very serious work to get over," he said during a question-and-answer session at the Peterson Foundation in Washington.
"They went to all this trouble to say she had staged what was a terrible concussion that required six months of very serious work to get over," he said. "It's something she never low-balled with the American people, never tried to pretend it didn't happen.
Or maybe the visual proof from 9/11/16 where she passed out cold?
Or how about all these images where she cannot even stand up on her own and has to be helped up the stairs?
Or how about how "frail" she appeared just two days ago when speaking to the press on her plane, discussing the bombing in New York?
The fact is there is ample visual evidence publicly available that makes questions of Hillary Clinton's health valid and legitimate.
A piece of advice from a female writer to the perpetually outraged other female writers, that never once questioned those highligting John McCain's health issues in 2008 when he ran against Barack Obama.... if you can't handle the truth, get out of the business.
If you cannot handle the fact that the Democratic party, with your support, nominated a frail, very sick woman to be the party's candidate for president, take it up with them and look into the mirror, but quit acting like questioning the health of a presidential candidate is off limits just because she is a woman.