Hillary Clinton’s claim that Trump supporters are a “basket of deplorables” has broken big in the news today.
Hillary’s insults aimed at us, the people who built this country (hard working white folks), are an unintended gift as far as I’m concerned. Hillary’s vile words can help us awaken the still sleeping sheeple.
The bitch has no respect for us and she has no respect for you. You work behind the counter at 7-Eleven. No respect. You do odd jobs. No respect. You retired after working your ass off in a factory for 40 years. No respect. You’re a teacher or teacher’s aide. No respect. You drive a truck. No respect. And on and on.
To Hillary, we’re just a “basket of deplorables.”
You’re lower than Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, and a host of low level parasites who will reliably vote Democrat for gibsmedat.
Hillary should have been criminally charged for her unlawful email schemes. Being above the law makes you arrogant, as if she wasn’t already arrogant enough. So, now half the country are “deplorables.” The working half, not the parasite half.
Whatever, however, this insane, entitled witch who hates the working man and woman, MUST be taught a lesson.
We deplorables are too busy working to show up in large numbers at Hillary rallies and protest. So, I guess our best chance to tell her to F off is at the polls in November.
Hillary Clinton’s comments at a star-studded fundraiser in New York City that half of Donald Trump’s supporters are a “basket of deplorables” are getting slammed by the Trump campaign as a sign of “how little she thinks of the hard-working men and women of America.”
GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence told a forum of social conservatives Saturday that Clinton’s comments display a lack of respect for the millions of people who support Donald Trump for president.
Trump’s supporters “are not a ‘basket’ of anything,” Pence said at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. “The truth of the matter is that the men and women who support Donald Trump’s campaign are hard-working Americans, farmers, coal miners, teachers, veterans, members of our law enforcement community, members of every class of this country who know that we can make America great again,” he said.
“They are Americans and they deserve your respect,” Pence added, as if addressing Clinton directly.
Trump himself wrote on Twitter on Saturday that Clinton “was so insulting to my supporters” and that her comments “will cost her at the polls.”
The Trump campaign’s senior communication adviser, Jason Miller, said Clinton’s remarks told “the American public that she could care less about them.”
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