As if America Needs Another Reason to Hate Chelsea Clinton [VIDEO]
Leftist women prove once again that they are every woman’s enemy unless your name is Clinton.
Imagine how much women could accomplish if we worked together. Instead, feminists operate under the misguided assumption that there’s only so much power, prestige, and/or fortune to go around.
Ivanka Trump is an accomplished woman. Unlike Chelsea, Ivanka worked hard and charted her own course. Certainly her father helped. But Donald Trump is known for making people earn their responsibilities. Ivanka did just that.
Now that her father is president, along with being a spectacular role model for women young and old, Ivanka now has her finger on the pulse of politics. She advocates on behalf of women in her new role as assistant to the president. Nevertheless, feminists don’t want help from this successful entrepreneur and business leader. They prefer to bash her father.
If you are waiting for outrage from feminists in America (or anywhere), don’t hold your breath.
However, what would the Left say or do if Ivanka were Chelsea Clinton?
Chelsea’s father, resident rapist, philanderer-par-excellent and former President Bill Clinton was rarely the subject of discussion when Chelsea hit the circuit. She fielded no questions from the Leftist media about how her dad (mis)treats women. Hypocritical much?
The video above depicts what happened recently at the W20 Summit in Berlin, Germany. The goal of the summit was to empower women. Ivanka participated at the invitation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who hopes to partner with the first daughter to advance women.
If anybody needs the advice of a Trump, it’s Angela Merkel.
But Merkel couldn’t control her attack dogs. Leftists abound in Germany, and they have been trained to dislike anything Trumpian, including the very lovely and smart, Ivanka.
Conference moderator Miriam Meckel inquired of Ivanka:
“You’re the first daughter of the United States, and you’re also an assistant to the president. The German audience is not that familiar with the concept of a first daughter. I’d like to ask you, what is your role, and who are you representing, your father as president of the United States, the American people, or your business?”
The role of first daughter is the same role as daughter. Just as Ivanka learned from her father in business, she shall learn from him in the business of politics.
And Papa Trump proved to be an amazing teacher.
In reference to the question, Ivanka replied with her usual poise and elegance:
“Certainly not the latter. I’m rather unfamiliar with this role as well. … It has been a little under 100 days, and it has just been a remarkable and incredible journey.”
Yes, it will be an incredible journey. Ivanka has a seat near the throne, and you can bet she will observe.
Chelse Clinton was a first daughter, though at a much earlier age. However, Chelsea witnessed politics her entire life, and she learned from the crooked best.
While Ivanka learned her craft, Chelsea chose the path of her mother:
As we reported previously, Chelse received everything through nepotism, including recent “Impact Award.”
Impact on what? Chelsea has done nothing, repeat nothing with her own merit., rather than her own merit.
Ivanka has true pedigree
While running her own and her father’s businesses, Ivanka advocated for women in leadership roles. The results of her efforts are easy to find, if the press wants to look.
Moreover, as an advisor to her father, Ivanka elevates the role of women to its highest level yet.
But where are the feminists? Why do they not cheer their new champion?
When Ivanka praised her father for supporting paid-leave policies, some alt-leftists in the audience loudly booed and hissed her.
“I’m very proud of my father’s advocacy,” she said, calling him “a tremendous champion of supporting families and enabling them to thrive.”
The moderator goaded Ivanka to engage the audience’s disapproval and said her father’s “attitudes toward women” make some question his ability to empower them. This leftist hypocrite attacked Ivanka because of words her father spoke 12 years ago.
“I grew up in a house where there was no barrier to what I could accomplish beyond my own perseverance and tenacity. That’s not an easy thing to do; he provided that for us.”
Trump also credited her father for hiring women in important roles.
“The team basically going through the vetting and hiring process — six out of eight of those people are women.”
Ivanka is a business leader with tremendous influence available in her current role to help women. Yet, these feminists want nothing to do with a fellow self-proclaimed feminist because they don’t like her father. I understand the definitions of feminist differs for each. However, no matter how you look at her, Ivanka represents women well.