Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton went after President Trump in a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times where she suggested that supporters of the president were without a “working mind.”
“It is a mystery why anybody with a beating heart and a working mind still supports him,” Clinton said in the interview.
She also trashed the president’s handling of the George Floyd death, suggesting that his handling of the situation has been “inadequate” and that the president has been “such a failure across the board.”
The wicked witch of the left went on to accuse President Trump of making everything “all about him” instead of addressing problems head on.
“If it’s about a terrible pandemic with an unprecedented virus, he tries to ignore it, tries to keep the attention on himself,” she said.
“Then when it becomes impossible to do that, he tries to seize the moment and turn it into a daily rally, like he loves to do. And then when it becomes impossible to ignore, he tries to change the subject, he tries to withdraw from the spotlight so he can come up with some other diversion and distraction for the body politic and the press.”
Clinton then said that in the immediate aftermath of Floyd’s death after being pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police, Trump appeared to respond well, but then dropped the ball.
“[W]hen we have a terrible killing like we did in Minneapolis, he makes some steps toward — in the very early hours after we all saw that horrific video — to look like he’s going to be empathetic, to look like he’s going to try to talk about this stripping bare of the continuing racism and inequities of law enforcement and justice system,” she said. “And then he pivots again because he’s not comfortable doing that.”
Clinton emerged from her hole to poke at the President after the media spread a false story about Trump’s visit to the historic St. John’s church across the street from the White House.
“Tonight the President of the United States used the American military to shoot peaceful protestors with rubber bullets & tear gas them, For a photo op,” Clinton falsely claimed on Twitter. “This is a horrifying use of presidential power against our own citizens, & has no place anywhere, let alone in America. Vote.”
It was later revealed that the media wrongly suggested both that the protestors were peaceful and that they were hit with tear gas as neither were true.
A day before the interview, Hillary went into full virtue signaling mode as she published a blog post about “systemic racism.”
“For many white people, conversations about systemic racism and our own privilege are uncomfortable,” she wrote. “Here’s what I’ve learned over the years: That discomfort is a good thing. It’s a necessary part of examining our own biases and actions, and our own role in perpetuating inequality.”
Clinton has been trashed on social media by both sides of the isle after embarrassing herself with these statements, with Twitter users responding with a trending hashtag of “#STFUHillary.”