Oh, the irony!

Chelsea Clinton says of her latest children’s book, She Persisted, “I wrote this book for everyone who’s ever wanted to speak up but has been told to quiet down, for everyone who’s ever been made to feel less than.” (Incomplete sentence, Chelsea. Fire your six-year-old editor)

At a recent book signing in New York, Chelsea was asked by Laura Loomer to sign her new book for a friend named Juanita Broaddrick, alleged rape victim of Chelsea’s dad, Slick Willie. Chelsea refused.

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Broaddrick is a perfect example of a persistent woman. After being raped by Bill Clinton and threatened by Hitlery, she persisted, she did not shut up and go away, as she proved by sitting front and center at a Trump/Hitlery debate in 2016….

Photo, above: Paula Jones (L), Kathleen Willey (C) and Juanita Broaddrick at a 2016 Trump/Hitlery presidential debate. Slick Willie could be seen fuming over the Trump invite.

It appears persistence is only approved for liberal women and/or those who have not suffered the misfortune of finding themselves alone with Bill Clinton.

Looking forward to Chelsea’s next book….