Hillary Clinton is in hot water after a controversial CNN interview. Clinton was talking about the current race issue and the Dallas Police killings:
“Americans need to show our support for our police under very difficult circumstances, particularly as we have seen in the last day, the bravery of police officers running toward danger and being shot down. We need national guidelines about the use of force, particularly lethal force so routine traffic stops don’t escalate into killings.”
It was at this point in the interview when Hillary Clinton said something crazy:
“We also have to be honest, all of us, in facing implicit bias that all of us, unfortunately I think, may still have.”
Apparently Clinton believes everyone is racist, and that we have to have a national conversation about this. I completely disagree, racism is a very strong word:
rac·ism: The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.
I know I personally, as well as millions of other Americans, do not believe that another race is inferior to another. We believe that everyone is given a fair chance in this country. A fair chance does not mean you will not run into evil people. Every country has criminals, every country has racists. There are good cops, and there are bad cops. Every country is a unique blend of this. Which type of people you run into can be greatly influenced by the people you chose to associate with.
I disagree with you Hillary Clinton, I am not racist!H/T: Daily Caller