Ain't That Calling the Kettle a Bigot?

Sometimes, just when you think nothing more absurd could spill out of Donald Trump’s mouth, a minute passes, and you’re proven wrong.

Earlier this week, Donald decided that his opponent, Hillary Clinton, is just too much of a prejudiced woman for the American people.

"Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future," Trump said. “She's going to do nothing for Hispanics and African-Americans."

Yeah, sure, Hillary is the one demeaning minorities – unlike Trump, who honors them by taking photos praising Hispanics for their taco bowls, calling immigrants rapists and murderers, and courting white supremacists who show up to his rallies and beat and spit on black protestors.

Trump also claimed that Hillary and other Democrats are the reason behind poverty in black neighborhoods and that she hasn’t helped African-Americans at all.

“She doesn't care what her policies have done to your communities. She doesn't care," he nonsensically asserted.

Let’s just take a peek at what Hillary’s policies have done to those communities, shall we?

While working for the Children’s Defense Fund, Hillary went to the Deep South to expose racial discrimination in schools and jails. Because of her investigations, many white segregated academies lost their tax exemptions. She also founded a clinic to help poor people gain access to legal representation in Arkansas, and when Bill Clinton became president, Hillary helped set up the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which now insures over 8 million disadvantaged kids.

Not to mention while serving as Senator for New York, Hillary introduced legislation to protect voting rights and supported an increase in funding to combat HIV/AIDS, both of which impact African-Americans disproportionately.

Basically, Hillary doesn’t just talk the talk. She walks the walk. And she’s done it consistently. And the 87 percent of black Americans who plan on voting for her know that.

So, sorry, Donald. If you’re looking for a bigot, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Perhaps in the closest mirror?


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