Liberals always want to blame someone else for their problems in order to push some agenda. Predictably, the major news outlets and left-leaning politicians have all come out to use the Charleston church mass murder to renew calls for more gun control and to talk about how “White America” must pay for this atrocity. They don’t blame the one person who committed the act. Their solution is to foment racial and political divisiveness and push gun restrictions on everyone.
Hillary Clinton is playing the Trump card. She wants to blame the murderer’s actions on “inflammatory” rhetoric from Republicans, notably comments made by The Donald. ABC News reported:
Hillary Clinton didn’t call The Donald out by name, but she suggested in an interview Thursday that comments like ones the real estate tycoon-turned-Republican presidential candidate made during his recent announcement speech could “trigger” events like this week’s church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.
“We have to have a candid national conversation about race, and about discrimination, hatred, prejudice,” Clinton said of the Charleston shooting in an interview with Jon Ralston on his show “Ralston Live.”
“Public discourse is sometimes hotter and more negative than it should be, which can, in my opinion, trigger someone who is less than stable.”
Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, did not say Trump’s name, but went on to explicitly mention remarks he made during his announcement speech on Tuesday, the day before a white gunman opened fire in a historically African-American church, killing nine people.
“I think we have to speak out against it,” Clinton explained. “Like, for example, a recent entry into the Republican presidential campaign said some very inflammatory things about Mexicans. Everybody should stand up and say that’s not acceptable.”
Trump did not respond to a request for comment by ABC News.
During his announcement speech Tuesday, Trump said “the U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems” and said people who immigrate here from other countries, like Mexico, are not the “right people.”
“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us,” Trump said. “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”
In her interview with Ralston in Nevada, Clinton said such comments from everyone need to stop.
“I think he is emblematic,” Clinton said in reference to Trump. “So I want people to understand, it’s not just him, it’s everybody.”
Clinton also spoke about guns as a factor in mass shootings.
“The second thing is guns. Let’s just cut to the chase – it’s guns,” she said.
So, Clinton wants to blame the mass murder on comments that Trump made and guns. Let’s get one thing straight. If this murderer were black and identified by the media as a Democrat, they’d find a way to sympathize with him, if they didn’t ignore the whole thing. More than likely, they wouldn’t even mention the incident. They’d let it remain a local story.
That’s what they do in reference to black-on-black violence and black-on-white violence, the kind you see all the time in Chicago and Detroit. Those are non-stories. In fact, the mere mentioning of them shows a deep-seated racism. The only kind of stories worth making national headlines and taking political opportunities from are those involving white people attacking and/or killing black people.