Saturday 7 October 2023

Hillary Clinton Suggests ‘Formal Deprogramming Of The Cult Members’ Of MAGA

 Looks like twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton still isn’t over her 2016 loss — and still hasn’t come to grips with the fact that millions of Americans detest her worldview.

On Thursday night, Clinton sat down with CNN’s international propagandist Christiane Amanpour to discuss a range of issues, including former President Donald J. Trump’s sustained popularity.

While discussing the divide within the GOP, Clinton spouted off that “so many of those extremists, those MAGA extremists, take their marching orders from Donald Trump, who has no credibility left by any measure. He’s only in it for himself. He’s now defending himself in civil actions and criminal actions.”

Trump has faced a wave of lawfare against him ever since leaving the Oval Office and is currently facing four indictments carrying 91 charges. All of that left Clinton wondering, “When do they break with him?”

“You know, because at some point, maybe there needs to be a formal deprogramming of the cult members, but something needs to happen,” she said in her classic condescending tone.

The clip sparked outrage on social media — with many arguing her comments were downright anti-American.

“This is beyond arrogance it scary,” Fox Business host Charles Payne said. “You know conversations and planning are happening among the ‘elite.’ This goes against the ethos of America. The Establishment is losing in the arena of ideas despite control all levers of influence. Are re-education camps next? This could end in bloodshed.”

“The idea that the people who believe that there are multiple human sexes, COVID lock-downs were a necessary good, and 10,000 unarmed Black men are killed by cops every year need to deprogram US really is ‘resist at all costs’ insane,” Professor Wilfred Reilly said.


“This is not America. This is Un-American,” The Blaze’s editor-in-chief Matthew Peterson said. “This is an utter rejection of what millions of American citizens hold dear. This is not what we believe in. These people are sick. But they are coordinating and acting in unprecedented ways every day now.”

In that same interview, Clinton argued that there’s clearly a common sense part of the Republican caucus in the House” and argued that those who recently voted with Democrats to continue funding the government were an example of Republicans she approved of.

Back then at an unnamed time — perhaps in the 1990s when she vilified her critics as being part of a “vast Right-wing conspiracy” — she said there were disagreements, but “there wasn’t this little tail of extremism… wagging the dog of the Republican Party.”

“For the ‘Little tail of extremism’ there Hilary look no farther than Kamala Harris @VP and the band of @TheDemocrats and their useful idiots promoting Equity,” Jordan Peterson said in response.

Clinton’s full comments can be seen here:

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