Hillary supporters warn media against using words of criticism as 'sexist'

It should be unsurprising that the Hillary Clinton camp feels free to dictate what words cannot be used in writing about her. After all, on Monday, media reporters at an awards ceremony gave her a standing ovation after she joked about her server issues and refused to take questions.  With such lickspittles, dictating the words that may not be used must seem quite ordinary.

But to a sane person, this reeks of a totalitarian mindset.  New York Times reporter Amy Chozick found it worth tweeting.  Patrick Howley of The Daily Caller explains:

“We will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism,” the pro-Hillary group HRC Super Volunteers warned The New York Times’ Amy Chozick Wednesday.

Here are the banned words: polarizing, calculating, disingenuous, insincere, ambitious, inevitable, entitled.

Of course, none of these words is sexist.  What they are is accurate and telling.

It should be unsurprising that the Hillary Clinton camp feels free to dictate what words cannot be used in writing about her. After all, on Monday, media reporters at an awards ceremony gave her a standing ovation after she joked about her server issues and refused to take questions.  With such lickspittles, dictating the words that may not be used must seem quite ordinary.

But to a sane person, this reeks of a totalitarian mindset.  New York Times reporter Amy Chozick found it worth tweeting.  Patrick Howley of The Daily Caller explains:

“We will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism,” the pro-Hillary group HRC Super Volunteers warned The New York Times’ Amy Chozick Wednesday.

Here are the banned words: polarizing, calculating, disingenuous, insincere, ambitious, inevitable, entitled.

Of course, none of these words is sexist.  What they are is accurate and telling.