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Hillary Clinton on Tuesday told a crowd at a black church near where the police killing of an unarmed teen propelled the “Black Lives Matter” movement that “all lives matter.”
Excuse me, isn’t that the language racist suspects and the supporters of killer cops have been using to counter the message of Black youth who started “Black Lives Matter”.
Hillary Clinton also spoke about the school to prison pipeline without speaking about the pipeline,
“Our schools are still segregated. In fact, more segregated than they were in the 1960s,” she said. “Nearly 6 million young Americans between the ages of 16 and 24 are out of school and out of work. Those numbers are higher for people of color.
“Statistics like these are rebukes to the real progress we have made and they pose an urgent call for us to act publicly, politically, and personally.” Clinton told the crowd.
On the Charleston church terrorist attack Clinton said,
“How do we make sense of such an evil act of racist terrorism perpetrated in the house of God?” She suggested that people respond with forgiveness.”
It is ludicrous that non-white people are considering voting for this woman and there is absolutely no way that the young Black voters that turned out for Obama will turn out for this shyster.
Reports are coming in the wake of the Confederate Flag issue and people are remembering how the Clinton’s showed public support for that terrorist’s symbol. However, Hillary Clinton and her campaign are not answering questions about it.
It’s unclear if the Clinton-Gore Confederate flag campaign button that has been prominent on social media was an official part of their 1992 presidential campaign.
And Hillary Clinton isn’t clarifying, nor is her team responding to questions about her husband honoring the flag as Arkansas governor in 1987.
Speaking of racist terrorist symbols, field reports keeping coming in as states and corporations move to take down these monuments from public places.