Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke at the NAACP convention on Monday in Cincinnati. In the wake of the anti-white and anti-police rhetoric that has been festering across the country, she had the perfect opportunity to speak about building unity between Americans of all colors. According to Breitbart, Clinton did the exact opposite.
“We white Americans need to do a better job of listening when African-Americans talk about the seen and unseen barriers you face everyday,” Clinton told the crowd. “We need to recognize our privilege and practice humility, rather than assume our experiences are everyone’s experiences.”
Clinton also condemned the attacks on police officers, but then quickly implied that police are inherently biased and racist. “The deaths of Alton and Philando drove home how urgently we need to make reforms to policing and criminal justice, how we cannot rest until we root out implicit bias and stop the killings of African-Americans,” Clinton said.
As Hillary continues to push the racist narrative that white Americans are somehow to blame for everything, she proves what Obama said in 2008: “Hillary Clinton will say anything to get elected.”