In India recently, Hillary Clinton once again made her disdain for people who don’t think like she does loud and clear:
She said Mr. Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign “was looking backwards,” playing on what she said were feelings in the non-urban United States of voters who “didn’t like black people getting rights,” or women getting jobs.
Clinton also said white women who didn’t vote for her most likely only did so because their husbands told them to. That’s rich coming from the woman who got as far as she did because of all the room on her husband’s coattails (next to some mistresses).
But later, Hillary felt the need to spin those comments after even some Democrats criticized her:
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is providing an explanation for controversial comments she made earlier this month about voters who supported President Trump during the 2016 election.
“I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted,” Clinton wrote in a lengthy Facebook post late Saturday explaining her remarks.
“I meant no disrespect to any individual or group. And I want to look to the future as much as anybody.”
Clinton was heavily criticized for the comments, in which she described the states that supported her during the election as more economically advanced than those that supported Trump.
“No, it’s not helpful at all,” Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) told “Fox News Sunday,” when asked about Clinton’s statements. “In fact, my friend Hillary Clinton is wrong.”
“You’re racist and sexist, but I mean that respectfully.” Oh, Hillary, never change! After all, it’s why you’re not the president.