Clinton says whites should feel “guilty” for things they weren’t responsible for.
Hillary Clinton suggested that “white guilt” was necessary to restore race relations in America during a Facebook Q&A session on Monday night. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said whites should feel guilty in order to help the “Black Lives Matter” movement advance its message.
Clinton answered a question posed by MTV reporter Jamil Smith about “racial justice” and how Hillary would engage voters on the issue.
“White Americans need to do a better job of listening when African Americans talk about the seen and unseen barriers that you face every day,” Clinton said.
She continued, “We need to recognize our privilege and practice humility, rather than assume that our experiences are everyone’s experiences.”
The issue of “white privilege” is a regular talking point for social justice warriors and ‘Black Lives Matter’ activists and it has become common for white celebrities to profusely apologize for their skin color in order to appease such groups.
The problem with this narrative is that “white privilege” looks a lot like hard work. Asian students who enter school with no academic edge over whites routinely out perform them, suggesting that cultural attitudes to effort and achievement matter more than skin color when it comes to success. Source
Despite the Black Lives Matter movement being associated with a racist cop killer who is on the FBI’s “Most Wanted Domestic Terrorists” list – Hillary has vowed multiple times to aid in the development of the group which recently labeled the phrase “all lives matter” a “racial racial slur”.