Racism is a way of life on the Democrat side of things, with Hillary Clinton making the point, speaking at a gathering of Hispanic racists, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, as she calls Donald Trump a racist. Hypocrisy is a way of life as well. She also seems to be taking an extended pause at the :44 second mark in the video, perhaps fighting back another attack or trying to remember where she is.
Stuart Varney sees right through the attempt to shore up support among minorities by claiming that Trump hates them for their color. Sheriff David Clarke gives his perspective on things, saying she is relying upon that because it has worked in the past. He says, “Black people are as diverse as any other demographic in the United States. They’re beginning to open their eyes to this monolithic voting for Democrats, especially at presidential time.”
“Barack Obama was kind of an aberration,” says Clarke, “he was a lot different than she is. Even her husband was more connected mostly in black people than she ever will be so she’s a one trick pony. It’s the only thing that she can play. The one word that comes to mind when I think of her is sinister.
Clarke described Trump as talking to black people with respect and understanding that we can think our way through this thing. “And he made it clear that, give him a chance, take a look around the American ghetto, things have not gotten better voting for Democrats. Look, she’ll get a high number of blacks because there’ll be a lag time between the time of his message and the time it takes effect, but she’s not going to draw the numbers.”
Sheriff Clarke says, “Think volume, not percentage. She will not get the volume of black voters that Barack Obama or even her husband did and that’s why she’s in trouble.
Varney asks Sheriff Clarke about the rundown vehicular assault on three Phoenix police officers and why the federal authorities have been mute on the incident and all of the others across the nation. Clarke says it’s because the DOJ looks at the American law enforcement officer with contempt, as the enemy. “It’s open season on police officers, everybody knows it in America except the White House and except the United States Department of Justice.
Clarke continues, “This doesn’t fit the narrative that’s why they don’t focus on this sort of thing. They’ve been apologists for criminals ever since they’ve taken over this administration and that pattern continues. I’m looking forward to Donald Trump selecting an Attorney General who looks at the local law enforcement officer once again as an ally in the pursuit of justice and with hostility. And the sooner that we can get to January 20th and get these nominations in the better off this entire country is going to be.
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