Hillary Clinton lost her presidential campaign in 2016, and she’s still not over it.
During her campaign, Clinton smeared true-blooded Americans who voted for change in this country.
But while traveling the world on her latest vacation, Clinton interviewed with an Indian news firm—and what she had to say will make your blood boil.
Hillary Clinton targeted those who voted for President Trump.
In her message, Clinton claimed that the “optimistic, diverse and dynamic” individuals were the ones who voted for her.
Clinton also wrongly claimed that those who stood behind President Trump were against women and minority voting rights—despite the party’s avid support of the Constitution.
The Daily Caller reported:
Speaking in India on Monday, Clinton bragged that the parts of America that voted for her were thriving economically and optimistic about the future. The parts that didn’t are cultural backwaters and too negative about the years ahead.
“Look at the map of the United States,” Clinton told her Indian audience. “There’s all the red in the middle where Trump won. Now I win the coasts, I win Illinois, Minnesota, places like that. But what the map doesn’t show you is that I won the places that represent two-thirds of America’s gross domestic product.”
“So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward, and his whole campaign ‘Make America Great Again’ was looking backwards,” she continued. “‘You know, you didn’t like black people getting rights, you don’t like women, you know, getting jobs, you don’t want to, you know, see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are–whatever your problem is, I’m going to solve it.’”
Hillary Clinton, who claimed to run on a platform of inclusion and equality, just singled out the majority of Americans by inadvertently calling them racist and sexist.
Clearly, she is only furthering the divide in this country.
The Daily Caller continued:
It’s also no mystery why America is riven with polarization and distrust of the other side.
A 2013 poll shows that only one-third of Americans trust their fellow citizens, down from half in 1972. It’s unlikely that number has increased in the last five years. Low-trust societies aren’t known for their stability and unity, even though we are lectured every day that “diversity is our strength.”
Those who express skepticism against that mantra join the deplorables who need to be silenced.
Hillary herself may no longer be relevant, but her resentment is.
Trump isn’t going away anytime soon — expect more naked contempt for middle Americans from our moral superiors.
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