Chelsea Clinton contradicts herself with more ‘fat shaming’ comments

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Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton came to the defense of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Tuesday morning, after word got out that WH Chief Strategist Steve Bannon had jokingly said Spicer wasn’t doing as many on-camera briefings now because he had “got fatter.”

Clinton chided Bannon for “fat-shaming.”

However, later the same day, Chelsea posted another Twitter message, stating, “Our world has an obesity crisis. We must do more globally to prevent & combat obesity.”

She shared an article from VOX that claims obesity now kills more people worldwide than car crashes or terror attacks.

Clinton did speak up against child marriage – a practice supported by many in Muslim communities, and acknowledged that it should be ended in every state and every country. However, her mother, Hillary Clinton, accepted millions of dollars in campaign funds from Middle Easterners who support child marriage.

She also spoke up in defense of Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger, who has received a slew of hate messages following the shooting at the GOP congressional baseball practice last week.  Chelsea Clinton tweeted out, “This is appalling.”

But then she went off on a “gun control” rant – when it was the presence of guns that actually prevented the shooter at the GOP congressional baseball practice from committing a complete massacre.

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