Hillary Clinton has blamed almost everyone and everything imaginable for her election loss to Donald Trump except herself. It appears Chelsea Clinton is still in denial, too, as she strongly suggested that America was “too sexist” to elect her mom in the 2016 presidential election. In her interview with Variety, Chelsea was asked, “As someone who traveled across the country campaigning, were you surprised at the sexism that still exists?” Context is very important. Here is her full response: I’m not surprised. I’m deeply saddened. I think it’s important for us to realize we can’t take progress for granted. Progress has to be continually defended as well as advanced. I think about this multiple times a day. It’s 2017, and we’re fighting again on fights that were settled a few years ago around gay rights, women’s reproductive health; fights to ensure we’re a country that’s always moving toward a more perfect union and not moving toward disunion, disunity, and segregation. We’re really in peril of moving backward. That’s not what I want for my children and their generation. Chelsea, like her mom, continues to hurl insults at people that don’t support them. They continuously argue that you’re deplorable, racist, or even sexist if you don’t support them, and that is exactly why America declined to elect a candidate like that.