Larry Elder burns Hillary’s race-baiting rhetoric; offers a reality check you won’t hear from the mainstream media

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Like child’s play, radio talk show host Larry Elder burned Hillary Clinton over recent remarks she made about black Americans.

Pandering to a voting bloc critical to her chances of success in November, a voting bloc whose turnout is already questionable with Barack Obama no longer on the ballot, Clinton lectured white people last week about being better listeners when black Americans talk.

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee was referring to what she called “the legitimate cries coming from our African-American fellow citizens,” while calling for federal policing guidelines to tackle systemic racism in American police departments.

This coming the day after five officers were killed in Dallas by a black assassin sympathetic to the violent Black Lives Matter movement.

In a mic-drop moment, Elder reminded Clinton that blacks are not only a minority based on race, but are also a minority when it comes to poor Americans:

The reaction on social media showed that most users appreciated Elder’s candor… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

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