Hillary Clinton: ‘Unfortunately,’ we’re all racists — Video

Clinton says we're all racistsOn Friday afternoon, presumptive Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton appeared with NBC’s Lester Holt to lecture Americans from her perch well above the law.  During that conversation, she said that “unfortunately,” all Americans are racist bigots.

“Everyone understands that we have some very deep divides, and if we don’t start addressing them,” Clinton said. “And that’s a matter of urgency, not just for some people to do it, but it’s for all of us to do it.”

She wasn’t finished.

“I believe we’ll find ourselves in an even worse downward spiral,” she said. “I believe we need a national conversation, and we start showing respect toward one another, seeing each other, walking in each other’s shoes.”

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Americans, she said, need to “show our support for our police under very difficult circumstances, particularly as we have seen in the last day, the bravery of police officers running toward danger and being shot down.”

Then she turned to criminal justice reform.

“We need national guidelines about the use of force, particularly lethal force so routine traffic stops don’t escalate into killings. We also have to be honest, all of us, in facing implicit bias that all of us, unfortunately I think, may still have.”

In other words, we’re all racists…

Here’s video of her appearance:

She also lectured America from Twitter:

Here’s an even better question we can all ask: What can we do to keep this Marxist, totalitarian shrew out of the White House?  We already have one political arsonist in the Oval Office and we certainly don’t need another.


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