Do Hillary Clinton supporters back her because of what she stands for, or are they mindless lemmings who will defend anything she supposedly says?

We’re going with the latter.

Jimmy Kimmel’s crew visited the Democratic National Convention and asked attendees — likely many of them delegates — if they agreed with a series of statements supposedly made by their candidate.

Except, she didn’t say them — Donald Trump did.

“I see improved relations with Russia from a position of strength only is possible,” a woman festooned with Hillary buttons was read.

“I agree with Hillary,” she responded.

“Immigration is a privilege, and we should not let anyone into this country who doesn’t support our communities — all of our communities,” was another Trump quote read to a Hillary backer.

The man responded, “Well, I virtually have to agree with that.”

“In order to achieve the American dream, let people keep more money in their pickets and increase after-tax wages,” was another quote.

“Yes, okay, that’s a great idea so that we can start to move everybody up and start moving people out of the level of poverty,” the Hillary supporter said of Trump’s position.

He then insisted her comments run in “severe contrast” to Trump’s.

A man who likely couldn’t fit another Hillary button on his suspenders then endorsed a ham-handed quote by Trump embracing women.

“There’s nothing I love more than women, but they’re really a lot different than portrayed — they are far worse than men, far more aggressive, and boy, can they be smart!” was the quote supposedly by Hillary.

The man responded, “I agree. I’ve worked for 38 years in the hospital with women and that’s very accurate.”

A teacher found herself agreeing with Donald Trump’s position on Common Core national standards — and apparently didn’t care or didn’t realize her views run contrary to Clinton’s.

“I think Common Core is a disaster, too,” the woman said, echoing Trump.


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