Hillary Clinton is one terribly racist person — said just about every Democrat eager to vote for Barack Obama in the presidential election of 2008. There was a lot of horror in the party over Clinton’s determination to deny the world something wonderful like President Obama just because she thought it was her turn to get into the White House.
Bill Lynch, who was working for the Clintons out of Harlem, even said of Hillary Clinton‘s desperate racism: “I’ve been concerned about some of those comments — and that there might be a backlash.” You know, like the backlash we’re supposed to be worrying about after Donald Trump made some vague comment about “the Second Amendment people” taking care of a possible President Hillary.
You know what was a little more direct? Clinton giddily speculating that she didn’t have to drop out of the primary races in 2008 because Obama could still be assassinated. It really happened, as she assured editors at the South Dakota newspaper The Argus Leader that she still had a shot at the 2008 nomination.
“My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992,” insists homicidally-happy Clinton, “until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right? We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California.” Yeah. That’s our Hillary — and the context provided by the video sure looks a lot more damning than anything from The Donald…