In mid-March, it was announced that Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of two-time failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her serial philandering, former president husband Bill, would release a
propaganda feminist, children’s book. The book is entitled, “She Persisted,” a hat tip to Senator Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren. That mantra was spread by the left after Warren’s soap box speech was stopped by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell since it violated the rules.
As always, the left sent the message that rules don’t apply to them as they turned that moment into an anti-GOP mantra while putting Fauxcahontas on a pedestal.
Chelsea, being a Clinton, decided to capitalize on the moment in order to make money and make a name for herself. Hence, the title “She Persisted,” which featured stories and quotes from women who” didn’t take no for an answer.” (How ironic since her father didn’t take no for an answer either which led to many an accusation of rape, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault.)
Persistence has changed the course of history – I'm so excited to share stories of girls & women who didn't take no for answer on May 30th! pic.twitter.com/IMWWou6kBX
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 16, 2017
The book went on to be a New York Times bestseller but Chelsea Clinton is facing a big problem that you likely will not hear about from CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, or any other member of the Democrat Media Complex.
A writer in upstate New York claims that Chelsea Clinton stole his idea. He has since filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York court.
According to court documents, 56-year-old Christopher James Kimberly, from Albany, says he sent a pitch for his book to the president of Penguin Young Readers US, Jennifer Loja on Facebook in 2013. In his lawsuit, he claims that Loja must have then given the idea, and some of his work, to Clinton. He is seeking $150,000 for copyright infringement from Clinton and Penguin Random House.
But, wait. There’s more.
In “She Persisted,” Clinton cites Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman and Nellie Bly in the “Quotable Questionnaire” section of the book— a concept she swiped from Kimberly, the suit states.
Clinton’s book also features 13 historical women “front and center on the book cover,” which is “an unauthorized reproduction of [Kimberly’s] own work,” according to the lawsuit.
“The appearance of impropriety is striking,” he says in the lawsuit.
A quick perusal of Chelsea’s Twitter account reveals no acknowledgement of the lawsuit to defend herself or deny the allegations. It looks like she’s learned well from her shady mom to ignore, dodge, and deflect.