Since when are low income disabled people a "special interest?"
I just couldn’t resist going after Hillary Clinton’s feminist attack crew, who may have cost her some votes in the New Hampshire primary. The comments by Madeleine Albright, Gloria Steinem and Bill Clinton are notable for their tone-deafness. I’m sure they all mean well, but I don’t think they’re doing candidate Clinton any favors with their feminist critiques.
Threatening to send female voters to hell or accusing female millennial voters of chasing boys in the rival campaign is probably not the best way to win them over. (It might be better than having an ex-president who had a sexual relationship with a young intern speak out about feminism, though.)
And whatever the Hillary attack dogs may say, she would be well-served by finding ones who are slightly younger than seventy if she wants to recapture young voters who are drawn to Bernie Sanders. Clinton already has enough problems without highlighting the been-there-done-that burden of her message. (By the way, you can now find loads of behind-the-scenes updates, downloads, prints and more here on my just-released Patreon page!)