The Democrats have resorted to blaming the American voters for their party’s plethora of failures – with washed out presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attacking Americans as “gullible” for not recognizing the supposed “extraordinary accomplishments” of President Joe Biden’s administration.
Clinton claimed to MSNBC host Rachel Maddow during an interview that figures in the Republican Party “truly just want power, power to impose their views, power to exploit financial advantage, power to implement a religious point of view.”
“You know, a lot of people got, oh, I think kind of frustrated looking at the messy process of legislation, and they — they didn’t really appreciate that within a year, the Biden administration has passed two major pieces of legislation through both the House and the Senate. They passed another major piece through the House that will soon be in the Senate,” Clinton said.
“By any measure, those are extraordinary accomplishments, and they really will help many millions of Americans with health care and prescription drug prices as well as climate change and so much else.”
“But because of the way we are getting our information today and because of the lack of gatekeepers and people who have a historic perspective, who can help us understand what we are seeing, there is a real vulnerability in the electorate to the kind of demagoguery and disinformation that, unfortunately, the other side is really good at exploiting,” she claimed.
This clear attempt to belittle the American people’s intelligence is becoming more and more common amongst the Democrats who have been backed into a corner politically – with the Biden presidency exposing just how much they can screw things up.
During the interview, the failed presidential candidate also claimed that “We need guardrails. We need to have an understanding amongst this great pluralistic country of ours that if we’re all going to get ahead we all had better be much more sensitive to, understanding and empathetic toward each other, and that particularly applies to people of color, minority groups of all kinds, because we truly rise or fall together.”
She continued, “And we’ve had leaders who have risen to those occasions, who have certainly done their best, both to inspire us and create the right environment for us to, you know, look past our differences and find our common humanity, our common ground, and we’ve had laws passed that try to create those structures, those guardrails, those prohibitions against mistreatment of each other.”
“But what we’ve seen sadly in the last several years is not new in our history because it is rooted in the struggles that we’ve had going back to before our beginning, but it is, unfortunately, turbo-charged by the combination of demagogues, social media that is more interested, frankly, in profitability than the rule of law or unity, that feeds disinformation in a way that strips people to the core of their insecurities and their fears.”
Clinton, in her apparent attack on the Republican party, was more accurately describing her own party. The left and their allies in the media have successfully established a certain level of lawlessness that is to be simply accepted if it is in the name of “social justice.”
Author: Dwayne Michaels