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Hillary was at it again, in Detroit, as she carried on her campaign with lies, jabs and denials. One poor soul had the nerve to show up in a “Bill Clinton Rape” T-shirt, which made their fashion debut the previous days debate in the St. Louis, and got a strange diagnosis from Clinton.
There is a phenomenon in psychology called “projection.” It happens when the mentally ill person, usually someone with character disorders like narcissistic, or borderline personality disorder, projects, or accuses, others of the bad behavior or characteristics they possess.
Is it possible Hillary could be projecting her deficiencies onto others, like “deplorables,” or this poor guy who got ousted from her Detroit rally?
The Washington Examiner chronicles the events of the day.
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Hillary Clinton encouraged supporters Monday to follow and stage an intervention for a protester who was removed by security after he interrupted her rally in Detroit.
“You know,” Clinton said after the demonstrator was forcibly removed from her campaign event, “I do hope somebody follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention.”
The demonstrator, an African-American man, was wearing a shirt featuring a likeness of Bill Clinton with the word “RAPE” printed across the front.
“He clearly has not been following this election very closely,” Clinton said
So, how does a woman, who some would describe as a sociopath, married to a man who has been a known sexual predator seriously suggest others need an intervention? She runs for POTUS! That’s how.
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