Bill and Hillary Clinton are really doing their best to shame people out of voting for Donald Trump, and their desperation was on display during a Tuesday rally at Palm Beach State College in Florida.
Bill Clinton, who grew up in Arkansas, was speaking at a voter registration event in Belle Glade when he proved to the crowd he’s just another elitist hack politician. While not surprising, Clinton’s comments shed light on how he and his wife feel about America’s middle and working class families who aren’t “educated” (read: indoctrinated) like they and their supporters are – they look down their noses at us.
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“Look, man the other guy’s base is what I grew up in,” the former president told the crowd. “You know, I’m basically your standard redneck.”
This isn’t the first time that Bill has demeaned hard-working Americans. Last month, he said that he was confused by “coal people” in West Virginia and Kentucky – two states where his wife isn’t polling well.
“The coal people don’t like us anymore… They all voted for me, I won twice and they did well.”
Again, the comments really shouldn’t come as a surprise, especially after Hillary Clinton last month called “half” of Trump’s supporters a “basket of deplorables” that she believed to be “irredeemable.”
Is anyone else tired of being insulted by these two because of who they support politically?