Talk about sour grapes. While speaking in India over the weekend, Democrat Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party, took a shot at America’s heartland, telling her audience that the states which voted for her are “dynamic” and “looking forward” while the states that voted for Trump are “backwards.”
“If you look at the map of the United States, there’s all that red in the middle where Trump won,” she said. “I win the coast. I win, you know, Illinois and 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.”
She went on to attack Trump’s voter base, saying, “And his whole campaign — ‘Make America Great Again’ — was looking backward. 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 — you know, whatever your problem is, I’m gonna solve it.”
The Washington Post added:
It’s difficult not to read Clinton’s comments as an argument that her votes were more valuable — or at least more productive — than were Trump’s. Why bring up gross domestic product? Some have suggested Clinton was saying wealthy people’s votes should have counted for more. Whether you see it that way or not, she does seem to suggest Trump subsisted on voters who were simply, well, less sophisticated or advanced.
The final part of her comments above might be the most incendiary, though, and it most closely resembles her “deplorables” critique. Here she is again suggesting Trump’s support was, at least in significant part, about racism, misogyny and hatred of immigrants. She seems to say Trump was providing an outlet for these people.
Clinton also jabbed at white women voters, saying some caved to “ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.”
“It’s one thing to suggest they were perhaps prejudiced, but Clinton says they didn’t even want black people to have civil rights or women to work outside the home,” the Post said. “Whatever you think of the modern-day GOP, there simply aren’t a whole lot of Republicans arguing black people shouldn’t have rights — or even telling pollsters this privately. Yet this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump’s support.”
It really isn’t surprising, since this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump’s voter base throughout the election.
Her comments didn’t sit well with very many people…
Thank goodness this horrible monster never became President. https://t.co/ftpIrdzsbC
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) March 12, 2018
Let's imagine that Trump said that most people from another Country are evil and hate Americans.
The Press would attack him, Right?
Yet, Hillary can go to a foreign Country and say this garbage about America, and the Press will ignore. https://t.co/tNfkqSXtmX
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) March 12, 2018
Jesus, this is actually terrible. What a bitter person. https://t.co/cW9s8nl2iW
— Mike (@ThePantau) March 12, 2018
Hatred and evil will do that to a person, you know…
Oh, she's detestable. What a thing to SAY, much less say while abroad! 😡😡😡
— Marie von Astra (@marievonastra) March 12, 2018
Here’s a reminder of all those “backwards” places that voted for Trump:
— Marie (@MarieLeff) March 13, 2018
Here’s video of her outrageous comments:
The bottom line is this — if you’re a patriotic American, Hillary Clinton hates your guts. And that’s why she lost. Let that sink in.
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