Hillary Clinton “Deletes A Tweet” And Robert Reich “Calls For Violence” On Sinema

Hillary Clinton is still suggesting that the voting rights bill stops Black Americans from voting, and it’s simply not true.

Siraj Hashmi caught Clinton’s tweet before she deleted it, saying, “The U.S. Senate is now on the record. Forty-eight Republicans and two Democrats are in the history books for using the filibuster to do what the filibuster does best: block the right of Americans, particularly Black Americans, to vote.”

Nobody believes that. Democrats think that Black Americans can’t do things that White Americans can do that are ridiculous and racist.

You might think that White liberals are helping, but it’s insulting. Several years ago, Ami Horowitz asked Black Americans on the street if they carry identification and every single one said that they did. Even more, they didn’t know anyone who didn’t have an identification.

At the beginning of the video, some White liberals suggested that Black Americans have a more challenging time finding a way to get identification and not knowing how to use the internet. One man said that people who have that perception are ignorant. Most Americans would agree.

Let’s be fair in saying Siraj didn’t kill himself. He loves life and loves trolling liberals, and we love him for that.

Hillary isn’t new to deleting things that shouldn’t be there to cover herself. In contrast, this isn’t 30,000 emails. I mean tweets, it’s still funny that Clinton thought she could make a comment like that and get away with it. It shows how genuinely racist she is.

Out of all of Clinton’s tweets, that’s an odd one to delete. Currently, Clinton’s Twitter page shows a picture of her and a Black American child, likely to show how “anti-racist” she is, but it’s going to be challenging to convince anyone after that tweet.

Robert Reich is also guilty of deleting a tweet. Reich tweeted, “Tonight, Republican senators lined up to shake Kyrsten Sinema’s hand. Democratic senators should have given her the backs of their hands.”

So, it’s okay to call for violence against Senators now? As a Berkley Professor, Reich should be fired, right? Isn’t that against the standards of professors and employees of the college? Either way, Reich should be banned from Twitter for inciting violence against someone, should he? Maybe Twitter should reevaluate its banning method and bring more political diversity to the equation.