Next it will be Nazis: Look why Hillary compared GOP candidates to TERRORISTS

Today marks a new low for the struggling Hillary Clinton campaign. Sometimes candidates do crazy things to get media attention but rarely do they associate their political enemies with people who want to kill Americans.

Hillary said Thursday that Republicans are like “some of the terrorists groups” because of their views on a few social issues — issues widely debated in contemporary America. Clinton continued, “We expect that from people who don’t want to live in the modern world. But it’s a little hard to take coming from Republicans who want to be president of the United States. Yet, they espouse out of touch and out-of-date policies.”

Clinton’s recent attacks target the Republican platform that supports the Pro-Life, or the anti-abortion opinion. She tells her audience that those who wish to end the killing of hundreds of thousands of unborn babies are like terrorists. Not my words, but Clinton’s. Interesting, isn’t it, that the one advocating for the destruction of unborn lives calls the group who works to save babies, “terrorists?” She actually tries to create a correlation between murderers and the people who are trying to save unborn children. Does anyone else see the irony and hypocrisy of Clinton’s recent comments?

And if that still wasn’t enough, consider this: a recent Gallup poll showed that 45 percent of Americans consider themselves pro-life and are, according to Mrs. Clinton, like terrorists for thinking that way. So let’s get this straight…Hillary Clinton, in front of TV cameras and an audience, tells the world she thinks 45 percent of Americans are like terrorists because they don’t think killing unborn babies is a good idea!? Really?! Could you imagine what the mainstream media would have done if a Republican candidate made a comment like that?

Clinton says these ridiculous things while standing firm with Planned Parenthood, the federally-funded organization responsible for the deaths of millions of unborn children in the U.S. Also, Clinton stands firm with African-American leaders, leaders who must not know that black women are five times more likely to abort than white women. And why is that? Planned Parenthood has disproportionately targeted black populations by setting up 80 percent of their abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods.

Ours is a great nation that values debate, not name-calling. Whether you agree with abortion or not, you cannot possibly agree with Clinton’s recent statements. Debate and dissent is one thing; this garbage is unacceptable. Hillary Clinton needs to apologize for these recent comments. But of course she’ll never do that because her last name dictates an unapologetic denial of the truth in order to get power. And that, my friends, has never been more clear than today.

[This article was written by Austin Cantrell]


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