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  • How ‘Black Lives Matter’ Protesters Stalk, Confront Hillary Clinton

    We knew it would happen sooner or later.

    After they shouted down Jeb Bush last week and Grandpa Bernie before that, the “Black Lives Matter” drones tracked down Grandma Hillary and gave her a piece of their minds.

    Most of the conversation is between agitator Julius Jones and Hillary Clinton.

    Jones starts off by railing against police brutality and mass incarceration. “If you don’t tell black people what we need to do, then we won’t tell you all what to do. What I mean to say is, this is and has always been a white problem of violence. there’s not much that we can do to stop the violence against us,” he said.

    Hillary responded by saying that her focus is on moving policies to address their graveness, not changing hearts.

    “‘You change laws, you change allocations of resources, you change the way systems operate. You’re not gonna change every heart,” Hillary said.

    “The prison plantation system. It’s a similar thread,” Jones said. “And until someone takes that message and speaks that truth to white people in this country, so that we can actually take on anti-blackness as a founding problem in this problem.’

    Funny thing is, he’s right. And it’s a problem, ironically, that Bill Clinton made worse when he sign his prison bill into law back in 1994.

    “This is and has always been a white problem of violence. There’s not much that we can do to stop the violence against us,” Jones said to a visibly frustrated Clinton.

    The two parties clashing is sad and funny at the same time. They are both tragically wrong on the root causes and of the solutions.

    But seeing Hillary be eaten and shouted down by these radical goons is worth the price of admission.


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