At last week’s Democrat Town Hall meeting, Hillary went into pandering, patronizing mode again.

And if you do not vote for the Republican nominee, whoever it is, this is what you will be listening to for the next four years.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you…

Via Daily Mail:

Hillary Clinton took a question from a black college student at… CNN Democratic Town Hall, who said she noticed a difference in how people treated her with ‘natural’ hair since Ferguson and other racially-tinged news events.

‘I’ve noticed a difference in the way some people address and look at me,’ said the student, Kyla Gray from Columbia College.

Gray wanted to know how the Democrat planned to help fix race relations, with Clinton replying that she wanted to get the country to the point where the young woman could feel ‘that you have the right to wear you hair anyway you want to.’

….Clinton talked for several minutes about the state of race relations in the country when queried by Gray, who brought up pop star Beyonce’s new video too and subsequent Super Bowl performance.

Gray linked Ferguson and the controversial half-time show to people treating her differently when her hair was natural and curly, versus relaxed and straight.

‘Well Kyla, first of all, thank you for being so candid and brave to stand up and say this about yourself because I think it really helps to shine a spotlight on what are one of the many barriers that still stand in the way of people feeling like they can pursue their own dreams,’ Clinton said.

The Democrat talked about ‘systemic racism’ in the criminal justice system, in housing, in jobs and in education.

‘And it’s also cultural,’ she noted. ‘There are barriers that people are encountering that I think we need to be honest about.’….


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