BOSTON, September 26, 2016 — Even as she stands as a champion of feminism, Hillary Clinton is drowning in sexism.
After leaving the White House, the First Lady and President Bill Clinton purchased a house in the uber-wealthy area of Chappaqua in Westchester County, New York. Chappaqua has enough amenities so that the top 1/100th of 1-percenters need never set foot in or meet people in New York City.
Chappaqua is one short helicopter ride away from the Hamptons. Now the Clintons have purchased the house next door and are building a Chappaqua compound.
They should be doing exactly the opposite. Chappaqua is drowning in gender bias.
The median income for Chappaqua men is $100,000. The median income for Chappaqua women is only $70,000. This outrage can only be corrected if Hillary Clinton takes a moral stand for women everywhere. She must move out of Chappaqua.
(For those who wish to help prod her into the right thing, the White House petition for her removal from Chappaqua needs 100,000 signatures.)
She may have been dead broke when she left the White House, but Hillary Clinton is now an American success story. She turned her Arkansas laundromat business into a wildly successful global foundation of laundromats.
She rakes in more money than Walmart without producing an actual product, making her the business genius of her generation. She can now afford to lead by example.
By threatening to leave Chappaqua, she can spur liberals everywhere into demanding the area make gender pay more equitable. She is the expert in 35-point plans. She should create so many green collar jobs that men will get fired, incomes will plummet, and women will become the breadwinners.
This is what in the Democrat Party is known as investment, and it cannot come soon enough.
By moving, Clinton will save the homebuilder industry. Somebody will have to build a new home for her. After all, she would not be callous enough just to move into some multi-million dollar Malibu-Hollywood McMansion.
If nothing else, she is of the people, not the potentates!
If Hillary Clinton does not move, wage despair and disparity will deepen in Chappaqua. People in their anger will vote for Donald Trump, which could lead to a complete ban on fifth trimester abortions. Once fifth trimester abortions are outlawed, banning fourth trimester abortions will not be far behind.
At that point liberalism is deader than a John Kerry auditorium audience.
Be a hero, Hillary. Do not be the Obama White House, where women are underpaid compared to the men. That won’t change if you move back in.
On the campaign trail, Clinton continues to help finance gender discrimination. Despite her frequently referenced statistic about women only earning 77 cents for every dollar a man earns (no statistics have been calculated for transgender income as of yet), Trump has helped break down this barrier.
His female employees do just as well as the men, even at the executive level. He has hired the first female presidential campaign manager, and she is doing brilliantly. He does indeed know how to fire, then hire, the best.
Hillary, your lifestyle has exacerbated gender inequality. Move out of Chappaqua? That doesn’t mean you need to move near any of us. In fact, we are fine if you do not. But don’t move back to the White House either. The culture there of a gender pay gap is just too entrenched.
Just stop living in that blatantly sexist area, even if it is a perfect place to hide thousands of emails.Click here for reuse options!
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