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Hillary Clinton Asked About Liberals Being 'Uncivil,' Her Response is Deplorable

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Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the same woman who once referred to all Trump supporters as “deplorables” in the 2016 election, was recently asked during an interview about the questionable tactics currently being employed by the left to voice their displeasure over Trump’s enforcement of immigration policy.

Instead of taking the high road and telling her wackadoo followers that harassing people in public, especially when they are out with their families, is not the right way to air grievances, she actually called for a strengthened resistance against the Trump administration.

Bitter, much?

The Guardian reports that when asked about some on the left becoming “uncivil” recently, she responded:

“‘Oh, give me a break,’ she erupts, eyes widening into indignation. ‘Give me a break! What is more uncivil and cruel than taking children away? It should be met with resolve and strength. And if some of that comes across as a little uncivil, well, children’s lives are at stake; their futures are at stake. That is that ridiculous concept of bothsideism.’”

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Clinton also mocked people who call for civility in political discourse, imitating, “Well, you know, somebody made an insulting, profane remark about President Trump, and he separated 2,300 children from their families, that’s both sides, and we should stop being uncivil — oh, and, by the way, he should stop separating children.”

The “zero tolerance” immigration policy in question may need to be revisited, debated, and discussed because no one in their right mind wants to willingly rip families apart and keep parents and children separated.

However, the fact remains that there are consequences for disobedience of the law and if the individuals attempting to come into our territory are doing so illegally, they are taking a risk that could potentially come with negative consequences.

If they truly care about their families they will seek to come to America the right way and not break our immigration laws.

Regardless of how a person feels about these policies, harassing people is a no go. It’s sad this is something that’s even up for debate in 21st century America. No one should be participating in that kind of behavior.

That’s what debate forums are for and legal, public protests.

Source: Daily Caller

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