Bill Clinton Says That “Even Poor People” Are Better Than Trump Supporters In Insulting Rant

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RWC News Bill Clinton Says That “Even Poor People” Are Better Than Trump Supporters In Insulting Rant

Alleged rapist Bill Clinton gave an insulting speech at Georgetown University where he spoke down to Trump voters. He called them uneducated and claimed they were more likely to fall for fake news.

“In the last election, in the counties that Hillary carried, you find 64 percent of America’s GDP. In the more numerous, rural counties carried by President Trump, you find 36 percent of the GDP, even though the median income of a Trump voter was higher. What does that tell you?” asked Bill.

“Even poor people are more hopeful if they’re in a dynamic place. Being trapped with a lack of mobility is more damaging emotionally and makes you more vulnerable to false claims, from my point of view, than if you’re poor,” he said with no evidence.

He became even more condescending. “Which works better in economics, politics, and social policy: addition or subtraction, multiplication or division? You can win more elections in the short run when people are mad with subtraction and division, but it’s a lousy way to run a railroad,” he said.

During his speech he also admitted that the media is more polarizing than it used to be. “The media was less polarized and a little straighter in the nature of the coverage — but we had income inequality, we had alienation, we had unequal opportunities, and we had a lot of social division. As we all know there’s big divide again today: about the fundamental character of America,” said Bill. It’s obvious how much the Clinton’s look down on Americans. Check out the video below.

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