Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said a lot of horrible things about groups of people. Here are 11 of them.
1. Clinton thinks that white people need to atone for systemic racism.
Back in April, Clinton was shamelessly pandering to blacks at a church in Philadelphia, PA.
"We have to be honest about systemic racism and particularly the responsibility of white people, not just people in public life but all of us," Clinton said.
She railed against "implicit biases" that everyone supposedly has.
"I don’t have the answers, I’m not a behavioral psychologist or anything, but I think that needs to be done in every community kind of setting we can find that is open to doing it," Clinton said.
Not only is blaming all whites for "systemic racism" a nasty thing to say, her notion of "systemic racism" is based on false assumptions and faulty evidence.
2. Back in 1992, Clinton put down stay-at-home moms.
"I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession which I entered before my husband was in public life," Clinton said at the time.
The implication of her dismissive statement is that being a stay-at-home mom is the easy way out. As The Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro writes in his book Bullies: How the Left's Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America, "The feminist bullies particularly hate stay-at-home moms. And the feminist war on stay-at-home moms has wrought tremendous hell on the family structure."
3. Clinton attempted to cover-up her husband's philandering with Monica Lewinsky as a "vast right-wing conspiracy."
Clinton famously and falsely accused the right of lying about her husband's infidelities.
"The great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president," said Clinton on NBC's Today Show at the time.
4. In the Democratic presidential debate in October, Clinton labeled Republicans and the National Rifle Association as her enemies.
Here is how the exchange went:
ANDERSON COOPER: Which enemy that you made during your political career are you most proud of?
CLINTON: Well, in addition to the NRA, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the Iranians; probably the Republicans.
She doubled down on her remarks in an interview with Vox.
"They say terrible things about me, much worse than anything I’ve ever said about them," Clinton said. "That just seems to be part of the political back and forth now, to appeal to your base, to appeal to the ideologues who support you."
In the twisted mind of Clinton, millions of legal gun owners and a political party that nearly half of the country votes for are the "enemy." Not exactly the kind of statement needed to unite the country.
5. Clinton once called someone a "f***ing Jew bastard."
She directed that comment at her husband's 1974 campaign manager, Paul Fray, when Clinton ran for a congressional seat in Arkansas.
"I didn’t mind being called a son-of-a-bitch, but when it came to attacking my culture, that’s a whole ‘nother ballgame," Fray told the UK Guardian.
Clinton's comment invoked the word "Jew" as if it were an insult, denigrating the entire religion.
6. Clinton recently took part in a racist joke with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio that would have been death for a Republican.
It occurred at an Inner Circle Dinner:
Clinton: I just have to say thanks for the endorsement, Bill. Took you long enough. [Laughter]
De Blasio: Sorry Hillary, I was running on C.P. time. [Audience gasps]
C.P. is short for "colored people," referencing the racist "stereotype that black people are late for everything," according to Breitbart's Joel Pollak. While Clinton was not the one who made the joke, she still took part in it and de Blasio is a longtime Clinton ally.
7. In her 2008 presidential campaign, Clinton insinuated that white Americans were too racist to elect President Barack Obama.
Clinton told USA Today in a May 2008 interview, "Senator Obama’s support among hardworking Americans, white Americans is weakening" while "whites in both states who had not completed college were supporting me."
As the UK Telegraph highlights, John Heileman and Mark Halperin's book Game Change documented how Bill would make calls to superdelegates advocating for his wife by saying "the country wasn’t ready to elect an African American president."
Put that together, and the conclusion is that one of the Clintons' arguments against Obama that year was that he couldn't appeal to whites because they're racist. And yet Obama won –- twice.
8. Clinton once put down her Arkansas State Trooper bodyguards.
One of them had the temerity to say "Good morning" to her, and she lashed out in response: "F**k off! It’s enough that I have to see you ****-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut."
9. She once smeared the Secret Service agents as "a**holes."
As The Daily Wire has previously reported:
After the media misinterpreted the agents using protective gloves when screening briefcases as a "homophobic slight" when a gay rights delegation visited the White House, Clinton screamed that the agents "f***ed us" and that "we need to get rid of these a**holes, Bill! They've had it out for us from the beginning."
10. She has also accused Secret Service agents of "destroying my husband."
When an agent gave her a "Good morning" during the Whitewater scandal, Clinton shrieked: "How dare you? You people are just destroying my husband… And where do you buy your suits? Penney's?"
"Good morning" appears to be a trigger for Clinton.