Hillary Clinton has at long last condemned her supporters for their racist violence.
In a belated attempt to disavow the support of the KKK, Hillary Clinton has issued a series of tweets blaming the violence in Charlottesville on Saturday on right-wing extremists.
In a string of tweets, Clinton expressed empathy for residents of the Virginia town, home of the University of Virginia, writing: “My heart is in Charlottesville today, and with everyone made to feel unsafe in their country.” . . .
Hillary blatantly blamed white supremacy for the spread of hatred in America.
“But the incitement of hatred that got us here is as real and condemnable as the white supremacists in our streets. Every minute we allow this to persist through tacit encouragement or inaction is a disgrace & corrosive to our values,” she wrote, adding, “Now is the time for leaders to be strong in their words & deliberate in their actions.”
During her abysmal failure of a Presidential bid, Hillary won the endorsement of the California Chapter of the KKK.
The media remained almost entirely mute about the KKK support, as well as Hillary’s close ties to her “friend and mentor” KKK Grand Wizard Sen. Robert Byrd (D).
Instead, they repeatedly demanded that Donald Trump disavow the support of David Duke over and over and over again.
Interestingly, Hillary accused the extremists of “incitement of hatred,” rather than directly blaming them for the violence. Perhaps she was simply reluctant to alienate such an important part of the Democrat base.
Asked for comment, the leader of the racist hate-group Nation of Islam Louis Farrakhan replied. “White men. Stalk them and kill them.”