It's almost a year to the day that Trump beat Hillary in the race for the White House, and thus far, the left has not been able to deviate from pushing two talking points explaining their beloved queen's loss: Russia and sexism.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has elected to push the latter: that Hillary lost because American just can't get over its misogyny.
Speaking with Charlie Rose earlier this week, Ginsburg said: “I have no doubt that sexism played a role in the election. That was a major factor.”
Ginsburg at least recognizes that women have it far better than at any other time in history, at least according to the feminist definition of prosperity.
“The more women out there doing things … women come in all sizes and shapes,” Ginsburg noted. “To see the entrance of women into places where they were not there before is a hopeful sign.”
Ginsburg's comments are tame in comparison to Hillary's own. When confronted with the very real and hard fact that more women voted for Trump, Hillary and her feminist cheerleaders have adopted the talking point that their vote was indicative of "internalized misogyny" and they knew nothing better.
"Women will have no empathy for you because they will be under tremendous pressure — and I’m talking principally about white women — they will be under tremendous pressure from fathers, and husbands, and boyfriends and male employers, not to vote for ‘the girl,'” Hillary recently told NPR.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama repeated a similar talking point at a marketing conference in Boston on Wednesday.
“Any women who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” she lamented.
Ginsburg stepped into major hot water during the 2016 election when she expressed fear over Trump winning the presidency and altering the leftward future of the Supreme Court. After significant backlash from critics claiming she stepped out of bounds given her role as a Justice, she walked her comments back.