Not only does Democrat Hillary Clinton hate average Americans, she hates the founding of America itself. While
screeching speaking at a Pennsylvania area church on Sunday, she attacked the founders for saying that all men are created equal.
“Here in America, when our founders said all men are created equal, well they left out African Americans, they left out women, they left out a lot of us, but that didn’t stop generations of Americans from pushing forward, making clear we were not satisfied with just half measures,” she said.
Clinton spoke from the pulpit to a largely African American congregation of Mount Airy Church of God in Christ, in Philadelphia.
“We didn’t all get to vote, did we?” she said, lumping in women’s struggle for equality together with slavery.
Clinton put her campaign for president in historical context, suggesting that her election would help move the country forward towards a “more perfect union.”
“We know the painful chapters of our past, but the greatness of our country lies in the willingness and our ability to right these wrongs,” she said.
Her candidacy, she argued, was one dedicated to progress, while alluding that Trump’s campaign was about returning to a “dark and divisive” point in history.
Of course, Hillary knows that when the founders spoke of “all men,” the intent was to include all of mankind. That doesn’t mean things were perfect by any means, but those inequities were corrected.
It speaks volumes that the Democrat nominee, no doubt the most evil person ever nominated by a major party to the highest office in the land, expresses her personal hatred for the founding of the country she wants to rule.
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