First, it was Hillary Clinton and the characterization of Donald Trump supporters as “deplorables.”
Now, it’s her husband, former president Bill Clinton, and his own particular label for those who see Trump as the most viable and desirable candidate for the White House this year.
Just what did the ex-president say?
As Louder With Crowder notes: It was bad enough to suggest that maybe he “is sabotaging his wife’s campaign.”
Yes, it’s that bad.
Clinton’s words, during a nationally televised statement that was supposed to be in support of his wife: “Look man, the other guy’s base is what I grew up in. You know, I’m basically your standard redneck.”
So let’s get this straight.
Trump supporters, whom Hillary calls a “basket full of deplorables,” are now shot down once again by Bill as “your standard redneck” type of American voter.
What’s next, calling those who, say, supported Sen. Bernie Sanders “basement dwellers” or something? Oh wait … Hillary already did.
Louder With Crowder offers some quick response.
“Here’s some standard advice for the Democrat candidates,” the blogger wrote. “Stop insulting the voters. I just don’t see the upside of it. Maybe it gets you some laughs at your ow shindig, but with everything being recorded at all times, and YouTube just a click away, how about thinking before opening your trap?”
Sounds a plan. But as Louder With Crowder noted: It’s advice Democrats probably won’t take. Why not?
“Because Democrats like Bill and his lovely other half, Hillary, really do look down on the rest of America,” the blogger wrote. “‘Off the cuff’ comments like these are actually truthful.”
Source: Louder With Crowder