Hillary Clinton supporters think that a ‘white privilege tax’ is a real policy, and what’s more they support it, saying that taxing just white people and redistributing the money among minority communities is a good idea.

Political activist Mark Dice went out on the street in San Diego, California to seek out Hillary supporters’ opinions, telling them that Clinton plans on implementing a tax on the income of all Caucasian Americans to help offset income inequality.

“Yeah. I think she should help re-distribute into the minority community.” one woman repeated, after declaring that she trusts in Hillary and trusts in Bill Clinton to be “in her ear”.

“The program is called the white privilege tax?” another woman stated in disbelief before “absolutely” agreeing it should have been implemented years ago.

“I think we should definitely be aware of what white privilege is… Damn straight” she added, clearly not believing what she was saying out of her own mouth.

Another brainless beach twerp replied “yeah why not, we’re all in this together.” when Dice asked him if he supported taxing whitey.

“We’ve got to help each other out,” he added calling it “economic growth.”

“I think it’d be good for the community, if it is done the right way.” said another respondent, without explaining how one can possibly implement a tax on people based on their race “the right way”.

The one person who still retained some brain cells called the idea “absolutely ridiculous.”

“A tax on a race? on a particular race? I feel like this is a joke.” said the man, prompting Dice to thank him for being aware.

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Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.


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