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Laura Perrins: Trump’s women are not all bimbos

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The last few days have confirmed what we long suspected of the sisterhood: there are good women and there are bad women. The good women are those who did what they were told and voted for Hillary Clinton and the bad women are those who voted for Trump.

Poor, poor Madeleine Albright was dragged on to the Today programme last week to answer why would women vote for such an obvious misogynist.

Madeleine Albright is formidable and became the first woman to be US Secretary of State. She is also infamous for saying, while introducing Clinton at a campaign event in New Hampshire ahead of that state’s primary, that “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”

I had this used against myself once, and now Madeleine will be sending quite a few of her US sisters to hell. It is true that much of the Trump vote was made up of non college-educated white males, but of the white college-educated women that did vote, 45 per cent voted for Trump, and 51 per cent for Clinton. Certainly not the landslide the 1 per cent feminists expected.

Indeed of all the women who voted, the split was 42 per cent Trump and 54 per cent Clinton. But do not expect the Democrats to ask themselves why and how so many women rejected Clinton for the presidency. They have already decided that it was ‘internal misogyny’ which is code for ‘how dare women go against the approved view.’

There certainly are powerful women within team Trump but you will be waiting a long time before you see either of them profiled by the UK media. Victory for Trump means that Kellyanne Conway is the first woman ever to run a victorious presidential campaign. Obviously, only an odious sexist would put a woman in charge of his entire freakin’ campaign. She is now one of Trump’s senior advisers.

Joining Conway in the first circle of hell of the feminist-designated Inferno is Ann Coulter, once dubbed by the Telegraph as the ‘most hated woman in America.’ Good call there, Telegraph.

Conway has had what feminists would call a ‘stellar’ career in political polling and political opinion research work. In addition to this she has four children. I doubt you will see her on the Woman’s Hour power list next year, however, even though she had a major part in putting Trump in the White House. She is not the right kind of woman you know – she is a conservative woman. You can see her getting some of the ‘treatment’ from the ‘sisterhood’ here on The View.

The other most influential woman in this election is Ann Coulter – long an enfant terrible in American political discourse. She has been shunned for quite some time, even by the Right. She has a very, very interesting interview style – I don’t think she has ever been nailed in an interview, with her penchant for combining some pretty brutal truth bombs with lots of smiling, laughter and hair flicking. But it was her book – Adios, America, The Left’s Plan to Turn our Country into a Third World Hellhole, which put the two key electoral issues on the agenda – jobs and illegal immigration. Do not expect her on Woman’s Hour any time soon.

The fight now for team Trump will be to make clear the distinction between illegal and legal immigration as well containing and sidelining the racist minority that no doubt exists within it. But make no mistake, this was a stunning victory for Coulter and Conway – the two women who could see which way the wind was blowing. And it was certainly not blowing for the privileged SJWs who dominate the media but no one actually listens to.

(Image: Gage Skidmore)

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Laura is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

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