Chelsea Clinton wants America to look at her… and her attention grabbing stunts have grown desperate.
Despite Cheslea’s adamant claims otherwise, critics are convinced these constant attention grabs are thinly veiled political stunts aimed to help her future run for office.
And they’re calling it pathetic.
“Like the rapidly aging Madonna or the still rising star Lady Gaga, Chelsea will grab at anything to stay in the news so as to build momentum for a run for Congress,” The American Thinker wrote last Wednesday, calling
Don’t expect it to stop anytime soon, though. The mainstream media can’t get enough of it.
Across the country, liberal magazines and editors are lapping it up like thirsty dogs at a water bowl.
“How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover?” said Variety co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller last week. Variety awarded the 37-year-old Chelsea a “Lifetime Impact” award for her achievements in humanitarian work and featured her as their cover story last week.
Of course, critics were quick to ask: What achievements?
Perhaps her ability to land magazine covers?
After all, her Variety front page photo shoot was her second major magazine cover in as many weeks. Chelsea also appeared in an article the week before for ELLE, and the magazine showered her with a tidal wave of praise.
“There is something innately regal about Chelsea — a kind of grace that doesn’t seem practiced, or trotted out just for public consumption. She’s a person of substance for sure, a young woman who, while measured in her manner, has a fierceness of conviction, and a calling to make the world a better place,” gushed ELLE‘s Editor-in-Chief Robbie Myers.
Last week, Michelle Malkin responded to Chelsea’s pathetic attention grabs in an opinion piece for The New York Post.
“This is just the latest attempt by The Media Resistance to make Chelsea Clinton a thing. The same liberal lunatics in the press who rage about the Trump children’s nepotistic privileges champion the ‘refreshingly outspoken’ daughter of the Clinton dynasty,” Malkin said.
For example, The New York Times cheered Chelsea’s “confrontational tweeting” over her regular online hissy fits over President Donald Trump.
Trump repeatedly lies. What's more viscerally upsetting? His bragging toward the end about his higher TV ratings than after the 9/11 attacks https://t.co/QSLEDvXOVf
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 24, 2017
For America’s sake, please stop it, Chelsea.
This attention grabbing behavior has become unsettling… and pathetic.
— The Horn editorial team