Failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has flown right past "sad" and hit "full-blown pathetic." I swear, every time she opens her mouth, I cringe at what new level of ineptitude she may reach.
Speaking before the American Federation of Teachers on Friday (which makes sense considering the education system in this country is rigged to be biased through their use of revisionist history, and if anyone knows about avoiding the past, it’s Hillary), Clinton implied SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the bench may very well usher us back into the days of slavery.
The former Benghazi-ignorer spoke about President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, and — needless to say — she didn’t have complimentary things to say about the prospective SCOTUS judge, according to NTK Network.
Here’s video of what Clinton said (Clinton's Kavanaugh comments last about a minute-and-a-half):
Here’s a transcript of Clinton’s comments:
This nomination holds out the threat of devastating consequences for workers’ rights, civil rights, LGBT rights, women’s rights. It is a blatant attempt by this administration to shift the balance of the Court for decades and to reverse decades of progress.
I used to worry that they [the GOP] wanted to turn the clock back to the 1950s. Now I worry they want to turn it back to the 1850s.
Do you see what I mean when I say that people like Clinton like to ignore and revise actual factual history? If we were in the 1850s, would Democrats still be fighting to keep slavery? Would they continue to vote against anything that benefited black people or women?
If history stayed true to what actually happened, the answer would be a resounding “YES!”
Maybe Clinton has flipped the script since apologizing for her 1996 comments about “super-predators” being made to “heel,” which Black Lives Matter activists took her to task during the 2016 presidential campaign. Even the Left-leaning fact-checker PolitiFact published that former Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Preibus’ statement that Clinton was “the one that labeled African-American youth as superpredators” was “mostly true" based on Clinton apologizing.
Hillary might not choose to remember history as it was, but that doesn’t mean true history can be changed.