They did it again…the lefty media chose to pull the woman card. They’re claiming the outfit Hillary wore to debate Trump signifies the women’s suffragette movement. Are they serious? Hollywood Reporter also claimed Hillary was channeling someone who has “nothing to hide” and is “clean”…Haha!!!

Without saying any words, Hillary Clinton sent a message to voters the moment she walked onto the stage at Wednesday night’s presidential debate in Las Vegas.

Or rather the Democratic presidential candidate’s white Ralph Lauren pantsuit sent the message.

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Clinton has worn Ralph Lauren’s designs often since kicking off her campaign. For example, she wore a cobalt blue Ralph Lauren suit for the campaign’s opening rally last year in New York City.

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But it’s her choice of color — not designer — that’s significant.

“The choice of a white suit for Wednesday’s debate harkened back to the not-so-distant past, when suffragettes wore white to promote their struggle to gain the right to vote,” Booth Moore, senior fashion editor for The Hollywood Reporter and Pret-a-Reporter, told ABC News moments after Clinton took to the debate stage at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Adds Moore, “It also serves as a reminder to voters, during a time when Trump has been under fire for lewd comments and accused by 10 women of inappropriate sexual behavior, that she is the women’s candidate.”

There’s even a connection between Clinton wearing white and being a presidential candidate.

Israel Waismel-Manor, a senior lecturer at the University of Haifa’s School of Political Science, tells ABC News, “‘Candidate’ comes from the Latin word ‘candidatus,’ which means ‘white-robed. It signifies you are clean, have nothing to hide, pure. Trump is the opposite.”

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