I didn’t ask to be born into this kind of circumstance and I’m tired of being judged for it.
In a small show of fairness to this bitchy and self-centered woman, this is, to an extent, a fair point. It’s true that no one chooses the circumstances of their birth, and Ms. Menendez is not responsible for the fact that she perhaps didn’t work as hard as she should have had to to get to her place in life. However, she shoots herself in the foot before and after this statement by not just admitting, but seeming proud that she lies about her great economic privilege to make herself seem more “down to Earth.”
We strongly suggest that Ms. Menendez read this before mentioning how “tired” she is of being “judged”
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