Hillary Clinton Accuses President Trump of Racism

Hillary Clinton, without a whiff of self-awareness, is accusing President Donald Trump of being a bigot and racist.

During an interview with The Guardian, the twice failed presidential candidate said Trump has a long “streak of racism” and “the whole package of bigotry.”

“This is a person who believes in very little, but he does have visceral responses to what goes on in the world around him. He does have a strong streak of racism that goes back to his early years,” Clinton said.

She added: “I include his anti-immigrant tirades because he characterizes immigrants in very racially derogatory ways, but he was Islamophobic, he was anti-women, he really had the whole package of bigotry that he was putting on offer to those who were intrigued and attracted to him.”

Clinton once referred to African-American youth as “super predators” and supported former President Bill Clinton’s policies that many argue resulted in African-Americans being unfairly targeted and jailed.

“He was, from the very first day of his campaign, raising the [specter] of criminal immigrants and the like. So the anti-immigrant piece coupled with things that he said, the kind of people who supported him, former Ku Klux Klan members and the like, the message that we called the dog whistle, was incredibly loud. It was: ‘I’m on your side because I don’t like the same people you don’t like. Or at least I’m going to say I don’t and that counts for something,’” Clinton complained.

Clinton went on to claim that Trump is creating an “alternative reality” because he has studied other “authoritarian regimes and how they manipulate and control people.”

If anyone lives in an “alternative reality,” many would argue it’s Clinton, whose is still beyond obsessed with becoming president.

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