SHE’S BACK!! CBS Drools Over Hillary Clinton & Her New ‘Gutsy’ Documentary

On CBS Sunday Morning, anchor Jane Pauley and Norah O’Donnell gushed over former First Lady, Secretary of State, and two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and touted her new documentary on Apple TV Plus called “Gutsy”. Clinton’s documentary was supposedly made to highlight women that Clinton believes are gutsy. Despite Hillary Clinton being one of the least gutsy people in public life, CBS still took this new publicity stunt by Clinton seriously. 

Pauley opened the segment by fawning about how Hillary and Chelsea Clinton “just might be the most famous mother/daughter team on the planet.” 

Sitting down at a diner table, O’Donnell asked “how would you describe a gutsy woman?” Hillary described a gutsy woman as one who “is determined to make the most of her own life, but also to try to use whatever skills, talents, persistence, that she has to bring others along.” 

Cutting to sappy music and footage of Clinton meeting with and talking to various women, and at one point the sound of Clinton’s infamous cackle, O’Donnell announced “Hillary Clinton has a new campaign. Along with her daughter Chelsea, telling the stories of gutsy women in a new docu-series on Apple TV Plus.”

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O’Donnell then asked Clinton if she thinks “people like gutsy women” as if Hillary would know how to spot gutsiness if she saw it. Click “expand” to read the following exchange: 

HILLARY CLINTON: I think some people like gutsy women. I think some people are afraid–

CHELSEA CLINTON: Threatened by.

HILLARY CLINTON: Threatened by gutsy women. I think some are put off by gutsy women. 

O’DONNELL: Women like comedian Amy Schumer who they met for tea. 

AMY SCHUMER: I did go through ten years of being, like, majorly trolled. You won’t be able to relate to this. 

HILLARY CLINTON: No, not at all. 

SCHUMER: Majorly trolled. They want this other version of women. We want you to be pretty and quiet and obfusive. 

CHELSEA CLINTON: And only a supporting cast member. 

SCHUMER: Absolutely. 

“While pantsuits may be synonymous with Hillary Clinton, it is another decision she’s well known for that she considers gutsy,” O’Donnell swooned. 

Clinton explained that “the gutsiest thing I ever did privately was stay in my marriage. It was not easy and it was something that only I could decide.” 

As for Clinton’s public life, “running for president, I mean, it was hard. It was really hard. And it was, you know, trying to be on that tight rope without a net and nobody in front of me because it hadn’t been done before.” 

O’Donnell, struck by what Clinton said, uncritically stated: “I was surprised that you said that staying in your marriage was gutsier than running for president.” 

Clinton responded by admitting staying with her husband Bill Clinton “took a lot of honestly prayer and thoughtfulness and talking to people I totally trusted to really think through because it was all being done in public, Norah. So it made it even more painful and difficult. But I have no regrets.” 

“Having no regrets for both Hillary and Chelsea Clinton is another expression of gutsiness, which they hope has universal appeal,” O’Donnell proclaimed with sycophantic praise. 

A real reporter would’ve pointed out that Hillary Clinton only stayed with Bill Clinton because she knew her political career would’ve been over if she left. There would’ve been no run for the Senate in New York, a presidential run in 2008 or 2016, and certainly no nomination as Secretary of State. 

That is the opposite of gutsy. Her decision was pure political calculation, which is why Norah O’Donnell ignored that fact and played along like the Democrat propagandist that she is. 

This servile segment on CBS was made possible by Progressive. Their information is linked. 

To read the relevant transcript click “expand”: 

CBS Sunday Morning
9/4/2022
9:52:06 a.m. Eastern

JANE PAULEY: They just might be the most famous mother/daughter team on the planet. Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. And this morning they’re talking over a little lunch with Norah O’Donnell. 

NORAH O’DONNELL: How would you describe a gutsy woman? 

HILLARY CLINTON: I think a gutsy woman is determined to make the most of her own life, but also to try to use whatever skills, talents, persistence, that she has to bring others along. 

CHELSEA CLINTON: And you can do it in any field or any area. So whether that’s sports or activism or the arts, it is important to us that there would be a wide spectrum of women who have been hugely gutsy for themselves and for their communities. 

HILLARY CLINTON: We’re hitting the road to shine a light on women who inspire us to be bolder and braver. 

O’DONNELL: Hillary Clinton has a new campaign. Along with her daughter Chelsea, telling the stories of gutsy women in a new docu-series on Apple TV Plus. 

[…]

O’DONNELL: Do you think people like gutsy women? 

HILLARY CLINTON: I think some people like gutsy women. I think some people are afraid–

CHELSEA CLINTON: Threatened by.

HILLARY CLINTON: Threatened by gutsy women. I think some are put off by gutsy women. 

O’DONNELL: Women like comedian Amy Schumer who they met for tea. 

AMY SCHUMER: I did go through ten years of being, like, majorly trolled. You won’t be able to relate to this. 

HILLARY CLINTON: No, not at all. 

SCHUMER: Majorly trolled. They want this other version of women. We want you to be pretty and quiet and obfusive. 

CHELSEA CLINTON: And only a supporting cast member. 

SCHUMER: Absolutely. 

O’DONNELL: The series shows the former first lady and first daughter who was mostly shielded from public view in a new light. 

HILLARY CLINTON: I’m not of the generation that grew up with rappers, male or female, and Chelsea has for years been trying to educate both Bill and me. 

CHELSEA CLINTON: And it is an ongoing effort.

[…]

9:57:02 a.m. Eastern

O’DONNELL: While pantsuits may be synonymous with Hillary Clinton, it is another decision she’s well known for that she considers gutsy. 

HILLARY CLINTON: The gutsiest thing I ever did privately was stay in my marriage. It was not easy and it was something that only I could decide. And then in my public life, running for president, I mean, it was hard. It was really hard. And it was, you know, trying to be on that tight rope without a net and nobody in front of me because it hadn’t been done before. 

O’DONNELL: I guess I was surprised that you said that staying in your marriage was gutsier than running for president. 

HILLARY CLINTON: Well, it was in terms of my private life. It was really hard. And as you know, everybody had an opinion about it. People who I never met had very strong opinions about it. And it took a lot of honestly prayer and thoughtfulness and talking to people I totally trusted to really think through because it was all being done in public, Norah. So it made it even more painful and difficult. But I have no regrets. 

O’DONNELL: Having no regrets for both Hillary and Chelsea Clinton is another expression of gutsiness, which they hope has universal appeal. There seems to be an undercurrent of a message throughout the whole series that you’re trying to show women, tell women to be gutsy, to stand up for yourself. 

HILLARY CLINTON: Exactly. 

CHELSEA CLINTON: And also, Norah, with the hope that those women’s examples can be inspiring to anyone who might be watching.

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