Even before Democrat Hillary Clinton, perhaps the most evil person ever nominated by a major party to the White House, insulted millions of Americans as “irredeemable,” “not Americans” belonging to a “basket of deplorables,” she told Israeli television that Trump supporters belong in two baskets, one being “deplorables.”
Those people, she told her interviewer, should be summarily dismissed — eliminated, even.
“There are what I call the deplorables — the racists, you know, the haters, and the people who are drawn because they think somehow he’s going to restore an America that no longer exists. So just eliminate them from your thinking, because we’ve always had an annoying prejudicial element within our politics,” she said while issuing an evil laugh.
Interesting choice of words. “Eliminate them?” Really? Is this something we should be concerned with? Would Hillary actually seek to physically “eliminate” those with whom she disagrees?
Here’s video of that statement:
“In both interviews,” Breitbart said, referring to the two times Clinton used the descriptive phrase, “she also portrayed many Americans as mentally ill — as afflicted with irrational phobias or political fantasies — and who are thus outside the bounds of rational society.”
According to Prof. Paul Kengor, a Clinton biographer, “irredeemable” is a religious term, and, Breitbart added, “it describes people who have died and been condemned by God to hell forever, without any hope of redemption or a return to society…”
Neil Munro wrote:
In secular terms, “irredeemable” is best understood as a “death penalty, not just a political death penalty, but also a social death penalty” that exiles targeted people permanently outside the pale of civilization, Kengor says. His 2007 biography of Clinton is “God and Hillary Clinton: A Spiritual Life.”
In American politics, that’s an unprecedented claim, which leaves Clinton vulnerable.
“She has called herself many times an ‘Old Fashioned Methodist,’ so she ought to know that word usually has a religious content,” Kengor said. “Religious-left Christians can be Hellfire and Brimstone, and be the most [unforgiving] judgmental people on the planet,” he said, adding “that’s what we’re seeing.”
Which means that Hillary truly hates those who disagree with her more than the media has let on.
And yes, we should be concerned — and very afraid.
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