Three months ago, the notorious anti-Obama blog No Quarter published a post titled “CNBC Airport Store Sells Hillary Nutcrackers.”
The blogger wrote: “Is there some way to apply pressure to CNBC to stop selling this misogynist crap? If you have any ideas, leave them in the comments.”
Ever since, Hillary supporters have invoked this novelty nutcracker as proof that Sen. Clinton’s race for the presidency was undone by rampant and vicious sexism.
“No sexism?” wrote one No Quarter commenter last month. “What about all of the Bumper stickers and T-Shirts that used the ‘B’ word? The Hillary Clinton nutcracker? ... What more do you need to hear or see to be convinced????”
“That Hillary nutcracker doll was enough to turn my stomach,” wrote a (male) commenter on Taylor Marsh’s blog.
Two weeks ago, someone at the Count Us Out blog commented about a horrific encounter at her daughter’s high school. Turns out a teacher had the Hillary nutcracker on his desk. A female assistant principal tried to laugh it off, but the irate mom set her straight: “Well, you see the nutcracker represents an image that Hillary Clinton is a ball buster and cracks men’s balls and that is sexist!”
Now... guess where I found an ad last night for the infamous Hillary nutcracker? On that rabidly pro-Hillary blog No Quarter! It’s featured in the Amazon ad widget. (Oopsies.) –>
I bet No Quarter won’t remove that widget. With 1,000 visitors per hour, NoQuarter probably rakes in a pretty penny from Amazon ads.