And so the narrative begins that Hillary was laid low by misogeny, pure sexism. The nomination campaign plainly wasn't fair because it was tainted by sexism from, you know, "those people." It wasn't Hillary's astonishingly inept campaign, it wasn't all the young people who turned out for Obama and, Lord knows, it wasn't Hillary's overflowing bucket of gaffes, sleaze and character flaws.
And if you have any doubt that Hillie wuz robbed, you can take the word of nutjob Hillaryite Geraldine Ferraro, who showed up on (naturally) Fox News to reveal how Hillary was pilloried by the black press:
Ferraro plainly singled out the New York Times' Bob Herbert as a prime example of those evil black journalists plotting to undermine Hillary. That'd be the Bob Herbert who wrote this in his column, "If there was ever a story that deserved more coverage by the news media, it's the dark persistence of misogyny in America."
I have had my fill of these clowns who ignore everything Clinton did to earn her failure and instead blame it on sexism. Okay, Obama did make one reference to Annie Oakley, so what? If that's what all the bitching's about, then it's utterly pathetic. What about Hillary saying "I think he's a Christian" or bleating about representing all the "hard working, white" Americans?