The tentacles of feminist brainwashing have extended so far that now even little children are spewing the long-debunked “gender pay gap” myth.
At a campaign stop in Nevada, a young girl of about 10-years-old asked self-hating woman Hillary Clinton if, as President, she would get paid the same as men. (scroll down for video)
Now look: I’m all for people of both sexes finding happiness, independence, and empowerment in their lives—whether it’s by finding a career or getting on her knees and serving a man. But a lie is a lie, and few lies have been more widely disseminated and believed than the gender pay gap.
The young girl asked Hillary, “Do you think when you’re president you’ll be paid as much as if you were a man?” The crowd, surprised by the question, quickly erupts in cheers, apparently entirely unaware that any serious economist has disowned the gender pay gap as a feminist myth designed to guilt men into handing over their hard-earned wealth for women who cannot—or choose not to—keep up.
In typical opportunistic politician fashion, Hillary invites the girl on stage for a brief photo-op (to post on social media later, undeniably), and then responds by saying, “Well, this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. But there are so many examples where that doesn’t happen, where women doing the same job are not paid the same.”
Of course, just like the “feminist studies” that try rationalizing the pay gap myth, Hillary vaguely references men and women with the “same job”, but does not specify critical factors that determine pay such as amount of hours worked, overtime, maternity leave, or even the pursuit of specialized technical jobs that naturally pay more.
Hillary continues, “So as President, I’m gonna do everything I can to make sure that not just the president gets paid the same whether it’s a woman or a man, but every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job!”
The crowd erupts in cheers, completely oblivious to the lies spoonfed to them by their feminist queen.
Feminists’ push to “eliminate the gender pay gap” is just another symptom of the fundamental problem with modern feminism: denial, resentment—and straight-up hatred of the inborn, natural, beautiful, divine, and essential proclivity/desire that many women have to be feminine submissive—in other words, to be feminine women.
People say I’m a misogynist for saying this, but the truth is that there is a war on femininity today, and ironically, it’s being waged by feminism. The war on femininity declares that a woman’s natural desire to get on her knees and serve the cock is somehow retrograde or outdated, yet these same feminists are the first ones celebrating a male homosexual’s desire to bend over and let another man rail him.
So when people call me a misogynist, well, I feel like I’m one of few open voices defending women from the politically-correct war being waged on their femininity.