Once again Hillary Clinton finds her racially-driven campaign efforts contrasted against lackluster black audience. This time in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Last month, Hillary Clinton gave the key note address to the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City. There were 20,000 convention attendees for the four day conference, yet less than 3,000 attended the key note address.
Beyond the terrible optics, the lack of enthusiasm stunned the campaign. However, the media provided cover, and the Kansas City story never gained the appropriate, or representative, attention. Two days later, trying to gain racial campaign traction, Hillary Clinton delivered her antagonistic “they’re racists”/”basket of deplorables” remarks.
Well, yesterday it was déjà vu all over again.
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) –Sunday morning, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made stops at Charlotte.
Her first stop was at a church service at Little Rock AME Zion on North McDowell Street. This was the same church where the NAACP held a press conference after Keith Lamont Scott was shot by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg officer. (read more)
Once again the MSM hides the reality of a Clinton event targeting the black community, where the audience doesn’t show up to hear her speech. You will not find a single article in the national or local media discussing how poorly attended Hillary Clinton’s visit to AME church actually was.
Here is the video from Clinton’s speech:
“You know, God loves us all, right? And we are called to care for and cherish each other. It’s not easy”…
Clinton said in her now infamous and convenient “we-ain’t-in-no-ways-tired” twang….