Clinton’s Black Firewall

Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, penned a memo in which he emphasized the large, March-voting states with significant minority populations. He alluded to Hillary’s strong support among African American and Hispanic voters.

“Many of the most delegate-rich states also have some of the largest minority and urban populations — states like Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Illinois and Florida” — says Mook.

“It will be very difficult, if not impossible, for a Democrat to win the nomination without strong levels of support among African American and Hispanic voters … Hillary’s high levels of support in the African American and Hispanic communities are well known. She has maintained a wide double digit lead over Sen. Sanders among minority voters in national surveys.”

So “African Americans,” how do you feel about being Hillary Clintons firewall? Now that sounds overtly racist to me no matter how you look at it.

The only next thing she could do to secure her “firewall” black vote is get Obama to campaign for her to hand off the black vote — the way they do things on the progressive Left. After all, some black activists are already agitated at Hillary’s assertions and, declaring their independence, are saying “We are not your “firewall.””

How do blacks feel about being Hillary’s “firewall”? I guess it must mean Sanders has a lock on the White cracker vote?

Meanwhile, Hillary now says she never tried to lie to the American people — “I’ve always tried” to tell the truth. Right. What a big fat pregnant lie. She tries to lie about everything. Benghazi to emails to promises before being Sec of State. It’s what she does.

But she isn’t lying about counting on that black firewall.

In other news, astronomers discovered a huge black hole 300 million light years away. But we don’t have to look light years away, there’s one right here where Hillary’s and Obama’s statements go — and it keeps expanding.

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