Feminists ironically argue that women should vote for Hillary Clinton just because she’s a woman. The liberal media have declared Clinton an “everywoman.”
However, chances are if you ask the average woman on the street what they think of the Democratic presidential candidate, you won’t get a glowing response. MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle learned this firsthand at Longwood University on Tuesday. When Ruhle asked a crowd of young women if they felt “connected” to Clinton, their answer was a resounding “NO”:
Ruhle was speaking with former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Clinton supporter, and discussed her time visiting Longwood.
“Last night, I had the very fortunate opportunity to hang out at a sorority house here at Longwood, and when I asked the women if they felt connected to Hillary Clinton, they were very, very proud to see a woman get the nomination, but they didn’t feel a connection to her,” Ruhle said. “I want to actually ask the crowd behind me, so Hillary Clinton as a candidate, do you feel connected to her? I want to ask the women in the room.”
“No!” the women in the crowd yelled back.
Ruhle asked Granholm why Clinton has this disconnect with millennials.
“I wish I knew,” Granholm said.
Granholm, like every other liberal, just doesn’t get it. Despite being the first woman nominated by a major party for president in American history, Clinton is neither relatable nor inspiring. Period.