How thirsty does Variety look begging readers to join it in doing high V cheerleading moves for Chelsea Clinton? Thirstier than an ultra-marathoner lost in Death Valley in mid-July. Hyping the entertainment magazine´s latest cover, Co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller gushed this week, "How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover?" Welcome to the liberal media´s manufacturing of "cool." Leather jacket? Check. Overzealous airbrushing? Check. Humanizing grin? Check. Democratic establishment pedigree? Checkity-check-check. This is just the latest attempt by The Media Resistance to make Chelsea Clinton a thing. The same liberal lunatics in the press who rage about the Trump children´s
Every time I see the MSM pushing Webb Hubbell´s daughter, I´m reminded of a line from "I, Claudius", in which the Lady Livia said to Claudius something to the effect of ´Rome must be ruled by men; not women and children as is the fashion in Egypt.´
If she and Marco Rubio want to face off for President of the Student Council, fine....just stay out of Washington!
The true ad for her. I´m Chelsea & without my parents you wouldn´t give me a 1st look,much less a 2nd. My millions & fake jobs are due to them. I´m really not smart enough to have earned my degrees. So vote for me I´m a woman & democrat. Therefore,like mom,entitled!
She boldly asserted in a wellness article that we all need to "support" breast-feeding women and menstruating girls "by talking candidly" about them.
Dang. I was hoping for a wellness article on male geezers in their sixties and how we all need to support their sexy ear hair and early hernias that they have to push back in when they pop out by talking candidly about them.
The mom is a nasty, incompetent loser and the daughter is a pale copy. The dems are desperate to build up the next generation of dem candidates for their decimated party and they will take just about anyone. The media machine gets to cranking and these people get a makeover. They are brilliant, nice, attractive, and simply wonderful! Most of them are actually as dumb as a rock, like Jon Carry, and beyond the party line indoctrination don´t have an original thought in their head.
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I select books for our library. Chelsea has written (with help from a ghost writer) a book She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World. It is due to be published in May. It´s on all the Best Books of the Summer list from all the review sources. I know we will have to get it, but I won´t buy it. I am sure the 13 women are the usual progressive shills whom I dislike profoundly.
Behold the power of cosmetics in the hands of an expert makeup artist. They can make Charlize Theron look hideous for her role in Monster, or Chelsea Rodham-Hubbell look almost glamorous for her Variety cover shot.
What is so mystifying is why do the wealthy left, especially the left media, continue to support the Clintons with book contracts, protective and promotive media coverage, etc.?
None of the Clintons can any longer supply their ´friends´ with lucrative government contacts or contracts. So why do so many former donors persist in promoting them? Hillary´s scintillating and gracious personality? Bill´s examples of loyalty and fidelity? Chelsea´s disdain for money?
Is the Democrat-candidate-well really so dry that Chelsea Clinton is the only one that comes up in the bucket?
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