Chelsea Clinton Is Caught Plagiarizing Feminist Book

Chelsea Clinton released an illustrated children’s book titled “She Persisted” this past May.

The book has already caught the eye of many feminists and liberals of all kinds. It has also managed to get the attention of a man from Albany, New York who claims it is actually his book, and she stole it.

The Clinton family is not unfamiliar with facing scandal and lawsuits. Bill and his Lewinsky; Hillary and her emails; now Chelsea and her book. It seems living in the gray is a family motto.

And it’s no coincidence Chelsea came out with a pro-feminism book the same month as Ivanka Trump came out with a book too, “Women Who Work” – which supports successful, conservative women and is a New York Times best-seller.

ABC News reported:

The book, “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success,” relies on hundreds of quotes from leaders like Oprah Winfrey and Gandhi, as well as Trump’s own rules for balancing work and family.”

And while Chelsea Clinton is more than forthcoming in her opinions on the Trump family – and hiding behind Twitter in her media war – Christopher Janes Kimberley is bringing a lawsuit against Chelsea for plagiarizing his book.

The New York Post reported:

Christopher Janes Kimberley, 56, of Albany, is suing the former first daughter and Penguin Random House for copyright infringement, seeking up to $150,000, according to the lawsuit, filed Thursday in Southern District of New York court.

“I did months of painstaking research on my book. Her version looks like a ninth-grade homework assignment,” he vented to The Post. “I am in disbelief.” The little-known writer claims he sent a pitch for his illustrated kids book, “A Heart is the Part That Makes Boys And Girls Smart,” to the president of Penguin Young Readers US Jennifer Loja, in May 2013, according to the lawsuit

Instead of publishing it, she passed the idea off to Clinton, who cashed in on his hard work, he claims in court papers.”

Daily Mail reported:

Kimberley’s book contains 15 quotes and stories from historical figures such as Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman and Nellie Bly in its ‘Quotable Questionnaire’ section. Clinton’s book features 13 stories and quotes including those three women.”

We aren’t hearing a lot of rebuttals from Chelsea at the moment, but we can imagine they would sound something like, “I did not have plagiarism with that book”. We have heard that one before!

Despite the cease-and-desist order filed by Kimberley, the book went forward with publishing anyways. The appearance of impropriety is striking,” Kimberley stated in the lawsuit.

Time Magazine also reported on where Chelsea originally got the title for her book, which has become the current feminist mantra:

 “During Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing for Attorney General, McConnell silenced Senator Elizabeth Warren after she read part of a letter written by civil rights leader Coretta Scott King, on the grounds that she had violated.. “Rule 19.” The rule prohibits senators from impugning one another. She is not allowed to speak for the rest of the debate over Sessions’ nomination.”

She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted,” McConnell said after the hearing.

It is not surprising feminists have rallied around women who disrespect the sanctity of the legal system. It is also not surprising Chelsea Clinton used “She Persisted” for her book, also disrespecting the legal system.

But is this the kind of woman the U.S. wants as a role-model for our youth?

It’s safe to say no. America deserves better.