Hillary Clinton Says Whites Need to Listen to Black Americans More

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Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton (R) stands with civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton (L)prior to her address at the National Action Network’s convention in New York City on Wednesday April 13, 2016.

NEW YORK — With pitch perfect poise and aplomb, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton seemed to glide to the podium at the National Action Network’s convention on Wednesday as the audience enveloped her in cheers.

She smiled and seemed to soak it all in like a contestant in a beauty pageant as she acknowledged the organization’s founder, civil rights leader, Al Sharpton.Shortly before her arrival, Armstrong Williams, a longtime confidante of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who recently dropped out of the Republican presidential race had taken a shot at her.

She’s a hustler who would use anything, including race, to get what she wanted he blasted.

“Do not allow the Clintons and the establishment to waltz in here and raise their hand and everything is OK. Let them earn your vote…’cause you know the truth when you hear it. And if you talk about race, they played the race card too as they did in South Carolina against Barack Obama,” warned Williams.

“Don’t get caught up in the short memory. This is a business. They’ll say whatever they need to say. Do whatever they need to do to get elected. But you be wise, you be smart and make them earn your vote,” he finally declared like a voice crying in the wilderness.

Perhaps Clinton heard Williams. In her strategic address to the convention that lasted about 30 minutes she highlighted a record of involvement with social justice while declaring there was still more work to be done like white people learning how to listen to black people more.
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