Hillary Clinton gets herself into trouble when she’s lying and on those rare exceptions where she tells the truth, it’s even worse. At one of her daily fund-raising events, this one a Friday night affair in Manhattan, Clinton addressed her audience sincerely. She expressed her thoughts about patriotic, Constitution-loving, largely Christian Americans. They were clearly her true feelings, or at a minimum she represented them as being as close to sincere as she is capable of being, that we knuckle draggers are “deplorable.”
Her exact quote was, “You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it. And unfortunately there are people like that. And he has lifted them up.”
That is the same case the dishonest Clinton campaign has been making since this race began, so even her most sincere moment is still an exercise in deception. She dislikes the “Real Americans” because we don’t worship the gods of money, power and crawl into bed with pure evil as she does. We put our nation above personal wealth and shun the corruption and illicit personal gain that she is so devoted to.
We’re not automatically racists because we believe in national sovereignty and respect our borders and Constitution. We’re none of the things she accuses us and Mr. Trump of and she knows it. That, along with the fact that we can’t be bought is what makes us deplorable to Crooked Hillary.
It’s what makes us dangerous too. She can’t curry our favor by promising us something that is going to be bad for the country but will provide us a short-term benefit. We’re not the sellouts that she and a large portion of the parasitic Democrats are. They are with her because they can steal a better position at the public trough or use the system to advantage themselves. They put personal gain ahead of what is right and what is best for America.
Most Clinton supporters have been bought and she is frustrated that we cannot be. It is because of that reality that she finds us to be “deplorable.”