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GUESS WHAT YOU ARE: If You Call Hillary ‘Polarizing,’ Or ‘Secretive,’ Or Anything Else That’s True

The liberals are desperate for 2016 and they’re using the same tactics for Hillary that they used when they were running Obama.

You shouldn’t note that Hillary Clinton is polarizing. You sure as hell better not call her ambitious or inevitable, either. And whatever you do, don’t say she’s out of touchor represents the past. These are sexist code words, and political reporters should stay away from them, a pro-Clinton activist warned The New York Times.

NYT reporter Amy Chozick received an email from a group titled “Hillary Clinton Super Volunteers” that instructed her not to use 13 different adjectives to describe the likely Democratic presidential candidate. Chozick tweeted parts of the email: “You are on notice that we will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism,” it read.

Who is the “we” in that sentence? The HRC Super Volunteers‘ own Twitter profile is hardly daunting; it only has 145 Followers (as of the time I’m writing this article) and a handful of Tweets. This does not exactly suggest some network of highly influential, numerous, or dedicated grassroots activists.

Read more: Reason

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