Hillary reveals controversial new music she likes while on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

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Given the accepted left-wing narrative of racist killer cops on a rampage across America, what’s not to like for a Democrat?

In her latest attempt to show just how hip she really is, likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she’s a fan of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” visual album.

“I have seen parts of it and I do like it,” Clinton said.

The album, released last month, was a follow-up to Beyoncé’s racist Super Bowl halftime performance and was seen as a tribute to the violent anti-cop Black Lives Matter movement — it featured cameos of the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

Employing a similar pop culture strategy that elevated Barack Obama to the White House, Clinton was doing a taping of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” with a pre-show segment streamed on Facebook Live.

DeGeneres was reading off questions from viewers when Beyoncé’s album was brought up. A viewer also asked, if elected, would Clinton “make a bill” preventing presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump from running for office again.

“I doubt it,” Clinton replied, with a laugh. “But it’s worth looking into.”

Trigger warning for the culturally sensitive, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s southern anthem “Sweet Home Alabama” is playing in the background… an odd selection for such a liberal setting.

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