HILLARY SAYS KKK MEMBER IS ‘MENTOR’… Now She’s Slamming ‘Racist’ Trump

HILLARY SAYS KKK MEMBER IS ‘MENTOR’… Now She’s Slamming ‘Racist’ Trump

If Hillary Clinton were any more hypocritical, she would literally have two faces. It’s unbelievable that her people would allow her to say anything regarding race or racism, considering she idolizes Margaret Sanger (racist) and believes that Robert Byrd (KKK member and racist) was her mentor.

Oh, but Donald Trump is the racist. Because logic.


From The Daily Caller:

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Despite mounting criticism for Donald Trump’s failure to disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke’s support, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton once heaped praise for late Klan leader Sen. Robert Byrd.

In a video uploaded to the State Department’s official YouTube page on June 28, 2010, Clinton commemorated late Sen. Byrd by saying, “Today our country has lost a true American original, my friend and mentor Robert C. Byrd.” (RELATED: Trump’s Excuse For Not Disavowing KKK: ‘I Had A Lousy Earpiece’ [VIDEO])

When Byrd was 24-years-old, he joined the Klan because he was worried that during World War II, he might have to fight alongside “race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.” Bryd wrote those words in 1944 to Sen. Theodore Bilbo, a staunch segregationist. (RELATED: Sen. Robert Byrd Not Only Was A KKK Member But Led His Local Klan Chapter)

In Clinton’s commemoration of Byrd, she failed to mention the senator’s ties to the Klan, instead she claimed, “Senator Byrd was a man of surpassing eloquence and nobility. And I will remember him for many things, but most of all, for a heartfelt comment he made to me in the dark days following the attack on our country on 9/11. My state of New York was reeling and we were scrambling to provide support and relief. ‘Think of me as the third senator from New York,’ he said. And he meant it. Thanks to the leadership of Senator Byrd, who chaired the Appropriations Committee, New Yorkers and Americans got the help we needed. I will never forget his devotion and his friendship in that critical time.”

It’s convenient how easily Democrats forget that they are the party of the KKK and lynchings. Maybe that’s why they feel the need to project their insecurities about “racism” on Republicans?

That whole party needs to see a shrink.

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