Hillary Clinton is famous for the term “Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy” to “otherize” the conservative movement.
Yesterday she came out with the “Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy 2.0” — The Vast Vladimir Putin-led “Great Extreme Nationalist Conspiracy.”
Pardon me but...What the H*ll?!?
As Sundance over at The Last Refuge put it:
Secretary Hillary Clinton, campaigning to become President of the United States, actually gave a public speech claiming that Vladimir Putin was using mind-control to manipulate nationalist inhabitants of planet earth in a grand conspiracy against her campaign.
And if you don’t believe her, YOU are the conspiracy theorist.
Think about that for a few minutes.
Folks like Alex Jones at Infowars and Milo Yiannopoulos at Breitbart are delighted. Hillary rewarded their troll-ish behavior with more eyes than they ever could have gotten themselves.
The first rule of the Internet is Do Not Feed the Energy Creatures. It lets folks like Joseph Watson at Infowars post videos like this —
There is one more person that is thanking the All Mighty for Hillary’s speech…Donald Trump.
While Hillary’s campaign staff may have panned the speech as a way to duck a debate with Trump by painting him as “an extremist,” it feeds the revived and remade by the Alt-Right meme of the CRAZY CAT LADY.
The old CRAZY CAT LADY meme involved near senile old hags scaring small children at the edge of their picket fences. This one has been around since Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
The Alt-Right CRAZY CAT LADY meme — which is borrowed from the pickup-artist/seduction community — reshapes the old-hag meme to apply to college-graduate career women who have spend all their prime attractive years from 18 to 36 taking birth control and chasing bad-boy cads while leaving good but boring men behind. Then discovering as they approach their ’40s there is no one out there for them to marry and settle down with, save for their cats.
Part and parcel of that Alt-Right CRAZY CAT LADY meme is advertising scientific studies about the fact that hormonal birth control makes women act and smell different — act less sexy — during the most fertile days of their monthly cycle.
Making this study popular study is a huge indictment of feminism in general and first-generation feminists in particular. It is intended as such. Such offensive but hard-truth lines are intended as an opening move of a seduction routine for career women on the “cat lady track”.
That Hillary as a “first generation feminist” is parroted by Milo Yiannopoulos in a Presidential-candidate address citing that birth-control study shows that the Alt-Right is living in Hillary’s head rent-free.
It was Hillary’s Megyn Kelly moment.
That Trump, who Hillary accuses of being Alt-Right, recognizes that point goes without saying.
Trump is going to use this “Hillary the CRAZY CAT LADY” meme for all that is worth between now and election day.