If this girl had lost to another girl, chances are pretty slim that Hillary would have written her a letter.

So basically, it’s still all about…sexism! Those darn boyz!

Or something.

Via Daily Caller.

….Martha Kennedy Morales is a third-grade student at Friends Community School, a private Quaker school in Maryland. As part of its curriculum on U.S. government, Friends Community recently held elections for class president and Congress. Morales, wanting to win the top spot, ran for president among her mixed class of third and fourth grade students.

Her opponent was a fourth-grade boy….

Morales’s father became involved during the campaign, writing updates and posting the results on his Facebook account. News of the results eventually traveled into top Democratic circles, with political activist Bryan Weaver telling The Washington Post a friend of his “welled up with tears” at the news of her loss.

Someone who knew Hillary Clinton informed the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee of Morales’s razor-thin defeat.

Clinton decided to send Morales a letter, telling her she knows what it’s like to run in a contest among boys.

“While I know you may have been disappointed that you did not win President, I am so proud of you for deciding to run in the first place. As I know too well, it’s not easy when you stand up and put yourself in contention for a role that’s only been sought by boys,” she wrote in her letter, dated Dec. 6. “The most important thing is that you fought for what you believed in, and that is always worth it.”…..

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Martha (vineyard) Kennedy (scion family) Morales (new Dem voters) attending Quaker (pacifist) school may be the most Democrat Party names ever.
    Hillary realizes that the Democrat Party has moved on from her and is desperate for relevance.

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