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Van Jones: Trump victory a ‘white-lash’ against black president not on the ballot

Van Jones white-lashWhile licking his wounds over the election results Tuesday at CNN, Clinton supporter Van Jones played the race card, telling viewers that Donald Trump’s victory was a “white-lash” against a black president who wasn’t even on the ballot.

“People have talked about a miracle. I’m hearing about a nightmare,” he said. “It’s hard to be a parent tonight for a lot of us. You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bully.’ You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bigot.’ You tell your kids, ‘Do your homework and be prepared.’ And then you have this outcome and you have people putting children to bed tonight and they’re afraid of breakfast. They’re afraid of ‘How do I explain this to my children?’”

He then claimed that Muslims are terrified, and expressed concern that they should leave the country.

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Then he dropped this:

“This was a white-lash. This was a white-lash against a changing country. It was a white-lash against a black president, in part. And that’s the part where the pain comes. And Donald Trump has a responsibility tonight to come out and reassure people that he is going to be the president of all the people who he insulted and offended and brushed aside.”

Here’s video:

Funny, I thought it was the voters who decided they didn’t want Democrat Hillary Clinton and George Soros running the country.

Silly me.

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