Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders not allowing her to interrupt him on multitple occasions while he was speaking during last night's debate is evidence of his sexism.
Hillary Clinton testifying before House Select Committee on Benghazi. (Above)
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WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Earlier today, Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont - her sole Democratic rival - of sexism for his conduct in last night's debate in Flint, Michigan. Clinton asserted Sanders' refusal to allow her to interrupt him while he was speaking showed him to be an unabashed sexist.
"I tried to interrupted Bernie Sanders on multiple occasions, and he told me to wait my turn like I was in the kitchen or something," declared Clinton, who seemed much more punitive than usual.
Secretary Clinton continued, "Why can't I rudely interrupt my opponent for the Democratic presidential nomination during a debate? And why can't I do it multiple times?"
"It's because of sexism. It's because of people like Bernie Sanders, who believe women have no right to rudely interrupt him," said Clinton, who replied to her own questions.
"If Bernie Sanders was rudely interrupted by another man, I bet he wouldn't have told that other man to wait his turn to speak. Why? Sexism," asserted Clinton.
Clinton said she hoped Sanders would be less sexist and more willing to allow her to interrupt him during the town hall in Detroit this evening.