Hillary Clinton laughed at a white interviewer for confusing two prominent black Democrats Senator Cory Booker and former Attorney General Eric Holder and then quipped, “I know they all look alike.”
So, as far as a racist comment goes Hillary’s fits the bill. I would beg the question asking why is this getting a pass from the MSM?
These millennial students roast President Donald Trump for a racist comment… But then find out it was Hillary Clinton who said it.
The DC’s Stephanie Hamill visited a college campus in Washington, D.C.,to find out how students felt about Hillary Clinton’s recent “they all look alike” comment.
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During a recent conference, Clinton joked about how “they all look alike” after the interviewer mixed up Sen. Cory Booker and former Attorney General Eric Holder, who are both prominent black Democrats.
Could you imagine the outrage if a comment like this was made by President Trump or any other Republican politician?
Hamill pulled the old bait and switch on the students to see what they really think about a politician saying, “They all look alike,” when referring to black politicians.
After the students roasted President Trump because they thought he said it, they couldn’t give Clinton a pass. A racist joke is a racist joke. More
Unfortunately, most young people are just as clueless as the ones in this video and they get to vote. It just shows that most millennials don’t watch the news, or read it. They just go along with the liberal agendas of their professors and just believe whatever they are told!
I was pleasantly surprised by how at least they were consistent on their view regardless if it’s D or R who said it, and the second girl who pretty much hit it on the mark as to why HRC did not get as much flack/media coverage for it.
— Michael (@Michael2014abc) November 3, 2018
At least they all agreed that no matter who said it they should be held to the same standards. Happy to hear that from young people. There is hope for young people after all.
— Delia Gonzalez (@Rg1953Delia) November 3, 2018
I was pleasantly surprised that the students felt it was just as bad when they found out that Hillary said it … good for them, not holding to a double standard based on who said it.
— RunningToWin (@WinRunning) November 3, 2018
Good to see their views didn’t change but some got a tad uncomfortable when learning who really said what
— KJ (@kippydip23) November 3, 2018
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