Hillary Clinton's efforts to paint Donald Trump as a racist to distract voters from the damning information coming out about the Clinton Foundation are falling flat.
Last week, the Democratic Party presidential candidate unleashed a round of attacks against Trump, accusing him of legitimizing hate and making it mainstream.
Hillary released a nasty campaign ad trying to connect Trump to the KKK, former Klan leader David Duke and the so-called "alt right."
Unlike past Republican nominees who lacked courage, Trump didn't allow Hillary's malicious lies to go unchallenged. He fired back, saying, "Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future." He added, "She's going to do nothing for African-Americans; she's going to do nothing for the Hispanics. She doesn't care what her policies have done to your communities!"
This was more than Hillary and her handlers expected. Trump's remarks even shocked some Republicans who aren't used to their candidate counter-punching effectively. After the dustup, a shaken Hillary didn't make any more campaign appearances the rest of the week.
In 2005, Hillary attended Donald Trump's wedding. When she was asked why she attended, Hillary said she "thought it would be fun." Now she's lying about him to gain votes.
Hillary is a bigot for courting Black Lives Matter, and for not condemning its anti-white, anti-police rhetoric, which has caused the deaths of police officers. Black Lives Matter is a hate group; it's worse than the KKK.
So who's really legitimizing hate and making it mainstream? You are, Hillary!
In 2008, Bill Clinton lobbied Ted Kennedy to support his wife as the Democratic Party nominee instead of Obama. According to Kennedy, Bill Clinton said of Obama, "A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee."
In 2010, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fondly eulogized Sen. Robert Byrd, a former member and recruiter for the Ku Klux Klan. Hillary called Byrd "my friend and mentor."
So why is Hillary desperately trying to portray Trump as a "racist"?
First, the Associated Press released a damning report last week about the Clinton Foundation and its scandalous "pay to play" money-laundering scheme. Since 2001, the foundation has raised $2 billion, and the Clintons earned $237 million. As the emails recovered by Judicial Watch show, people who made donations to the foundation got preferential treatment and access at the State Department when Hillary was secretary of state.
Second, Trump has been hammering Hillary and the Democrats for exploiting and failing the black community. Trump has been courting black votes, and he delivered a pro-law enforcement speech after the recent riots in Milwaukee, where an armed black suspect was shot and killed by a black police officer.
Trump ripped Hillary for her race-baiting tactics during a speech in Manchester, New Hampshire:
"So what does she [Hillary] do when she can't defend her record? She lies and she smears and she paints decent Americans – you – as racists. … It is a tired, disgusting argument, and it is so totally predictable. They are failing so badly. It is the last refuge of the discredited Democrat politicians. They keep going back to the same well, but you know what? The people are becoming very smart. They have heard it too many times before – the well is dry, the well is dry."
Hillary and Democrats don't care about blacks. When Hillary speaks about race and black Americans, she is measured and calculating; she doesn't speak from the heart. Hillary has no real plan to create jobs or fix inner-city schools. Hillary hasn't offered a legitimate plan to stop the skyrocketing violence in the inner cities. In Chicago (Hillary's and Obama's hometown), there were 468 murders in 2015, and 455 people have been shot to death (with four months remaining) this year! Yet all Hillary does is attack Trump as a "racist" for his effort to support cops and for his plan to secure the border and screen Muslim refugees coming into the U.S.
The Democratic Party, with the aid of the liberal media, academia and culture, has been able to whitewash its crimes and vicious anti-black and pro-KKK legacy. Though much of this is being exposed in documentaries such as Dinesh D'Souza's "Hillary's America" and "Runaway Slave," the mainstream media still refuse to report the truth.
But despite their lies, Trump's message is resonating with decent blacks.
Support for Trump among blacks was fluctuating below 5 percent, but after his recent outreach, the Los Angeles Times/USC Dornsife national tracking poll reported a sharp uptick in black support for the Republican nominee, which it now gauges at 14.6 percent!
If you're not enjoying the way Trump is exposing these lowdown dirty Democrats, there's something wrong with you. His truthful words are breaking mental and spiritual bondage and freeing blacks from the Democrats' plantation. And Trump's truthful message and honest critique of Hillary Clinton is bringing out the worst in her.
We must embrace the truth and expose the inhumane exploitation of blacks and other Americans by wicked Democratic Party leaders and their nominee.
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