Hillary Clinton Mocked Disabled Kids
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has spent the last two years branding everyone who voted against her racist, sexist, homophobic, or just pure evil – but like everything else with the Clintons, it’s an act of pure hypocrisy.
An Arkansas insider revealed that Hillary has used hateful slurs against blacks, Jews, ethnic minorities, people with developmental issues, and Southerners – not to mention the millions of people who voted for President Donald Trump.
Hateful Hillary is still venting some of those insults even now, as she tours the country to explain “what happened.”
Last month, she explained why Americans voted for Trump instead of her, “You didn’t like black people getting rights,” she said.
“You don’t like women, you know, getting jobs,” she continued.
“You don’t want, you know, to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are,” she droned on.
Hillary has tried to make herself look bigger by stepping on middle class Americans for years.
Two months before her shocking blowout loss, she told a Democratic fundraiser, “You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables … racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic – you name it.”
“They are irredeemable,” she said.
A full 12 years earlier, when she told a Reverend Al Sharpton conference that Republicans ran Congress “like a plantation,” everybody got the message: All her enemies are bigots.
But Hillary has a hateful history all of her own, which most media outlets won’t tell you about.
When her husband was governor of Arkansas, the Clintons hosted an Easter egg hunt for children with cognitive delays. When the developmentally challenged children couldn’t find the eggs fast enough for her, Hillary hit the roof.
“When are they going to get those f——g retards out of here?!” she said.
Dolly Kyle recorded this event and others in her book, “Hillary: The Other Woman.” Kyle met former President Bill Clinton when she was 11 and, as his longtime lover, saw the Clintons’ ugliness up-close.
She revealed how the Clintons posed as progressive Democrats who hated racism – but weren’t above spitting epithets against any racial or religious minority who got in their way.
The pair called the Rev. Jesse Jackson “that G-d d–mned n—-r,” according to Kyle’s book, published by WND Books.
They used the same slur against activist Robert “Say” McIntosh when he started asking then-Governor Bill Clinton about rumors that he had been sleeping with black prostitutes.
The Clintons used anti-Semitic words and stereotypes, as well.
After Bill lost a race for Congress in 1974, Hillary called his campaign manager a “f-cking Jew bastard.”
The manager, Paul Fray, was actually a Southern Baptist who was one-eighth Jewish – but that’s the eighth Hillary decided to hate on.
Three eyewitnesses swore that Hillary used that phrase on election day 1974, when she was just Clinton’s girlfriend, in Jerry Oppenheimer’s 2000 book “State of a Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton.”
As usual, Hillary denied everything.
“I have never used an ethnic, racial, anti-Semitic, bigoted, discriminatory, prejudiced, accusation against anybody,” she insisted. “I’ve never done it. I’ve never thought it.”
Bill also swore that she had never said that phrase – and we know he’d never lie.
But Kyle wrote that Hillary also used the phrase “stupid k—e.”
And Dick Morris, the Clintons’ political strategist who is also Jewish, said Hillary once screamed at him, “Money! That’s all you people care about!”
“By ‘you people,’ I assume you mean political consultants,” said Morris.
Hypocritical Hillary has been caught slurring other ethnic groups, as well. She once called New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd a “short Irish b-tch.”
She even trafficked in stereotypes about Indian-Americans – the very thing she accused Trump supporters of doing one month ago.
During a 2004 Democratic fundraiser, she said that acclaimed philosopher Mahatma Gandhi “ran a gas station down in St. Louis.”
But Hillary, who grew up in Chicago’s elite Park Ridge neighborhood before she met Bill at Yale Law School, saved her strongest slander for Red State Americans.
Kyle wrote Hillary used to call her husband’s Arkansas constituents “ignorant hillbillies.”
“Hillary didn’t belong in Arkansas but here she was,” Kyle wrote.
Hillary seems to think she’s too good for almost any square inch of this country – but her actions show that she’s just a hateful hypocrite who is growing more isolated and more bitter by the day.
Frank Holmes is a reporter for The Horn News. He is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”
[Courtesy The Horn News.]