VIDEO: Hillary Crosses The Line, Says The H-Word

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Former First Lady and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made headlines with her remarks during an interview on ABC’s “The View.” When asked about the possibility of Donald Trump’s re-election in 2024, Clinton expressed grave concerns, suggesting that such an outcome could be detrimental to the nation’s future. Despite her defeat in the 2016 presidential race, Clinton remarked that she initially tried to remain open-minded about Trump’s presidency. However, she quickly became disillusioned, criticizing his approach from the inauguration forward.

Clinton drew historical parallels, citing her “one and done” policy from her time as Secretary of State, where leaders would be elected legitimately but then undermine democratic institutions. She likened this to Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, which was initially through legitimate means before his authoritarian regime took hold. Clinton’s analogy aimed to warn of the dangers she perceives in Trump’s potential re-election.

In response, Trump’s conservative supporters took to social media platforms, vigorously defending the former president and flipping the narrative. They argued that Clinton’s description more accurately depicted the actions of the Democratic Party, accusing it of anti-Semitism and authoritarian tendencies. Political commentators such as Collin Rugg and Joey Mannarino, and comedian Chad Prather, used Clinton’s comments to allege hypocrisy and project the criticism onto Democrats.

The discourse on social media, which involved various conservative voices, reflects the deep political divide and the heightened tensions between supporters of the two major political parties in the United States. Opinions on Clinton’s interview ranged from strong endorsements of her views to outright dismissal, highlighting the polarized nature of current American political dialogue.


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