Alice Green | Aug 1, 2022 | 4
WikiLeaks Data Shows Hillary's True Racist Character
The recent WikiLeaks email hack of Hillary Clinton and Podesta (Clinton’s campaign chief) speeches have brought some unsavory things to light about the democratic candidate.
In the latest email discovered from the massive leak, Clinton refers to African Americans as “professional-never-do-wells,” not to mention she uses other racist statements about Muslims, Roma and others.
Not only does the release of these speech transcripts show how easily she can change her tune depending on her audience, but it shows her true racist character.
“What makes for successful immigration?
It’s no brain surgery, but the media have long failed to provide a clear credible answer. They are unable to come up with an answer or don’t like the answer that’s staring them in the face. The main reason behind successful immigration should be painfully obvious to even the most dimwitted of observers: Some groups of people are almost always highly successful given only half a chance (Jews*, Hindus/Sikhs and Chinese people, for example), while others (Muslims, blacks** and Roma***, for instance) fare badly almost irrespective of circumstances. The biggest group of humanity can be found somewhere between those two extremes – the perennial overachievers and the professional never-do-wells,” according to the hacked email from WikiLeaks.
The rest of this transcript features similar language disparaging different races.
With a bombshell of a leak like this, no wonder the Clinton campaign has been so focused on promoting the “Trump is a misogynist” narrative. Her campaign, along with the liberal media she controls, has made it their mission to expose her Republican rival with anything they can find.
Luckily, the email leaks continue to expose her malicious character. Hopefully, these transcripts get the media attention they deserve. They prove that Clinton says some horrible things behind closed doors.
Editor’s note: Hillary Clinton as a politician hides her true opinions and often tells conflicting stories to different audiences. The question is “who is the real Hillary?” No one really knows.