The textbook definition of prejudice is to make a blanket and all-encompassing judgement against any person(s), place(s) or idea(s) without exception and without having all the facts. Presumably, Hillary Clinton is aware of such.
And with that painfully understandable definition in mind, the Obama clone has made clear that in the wake of the cowardly sniper ambush in Dallas, every single white person in the United States lives a life of privilege. Clinton went on with the distinct insinuation that all citizens of the Caucasian persuasion are somehow deficient in the “love and kindness” department.
Conversely, Clinton painted a picture of every single black citizen of being oppressed and persecuted. While the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for president used a rather large brush to paint her picture, a special venom was saved for a certain demographic.
Clinton made a point of describing all law enforcement officials, regardless of race, as having some type of personal vendetta against all blacks.
As reported by The Washington Times:
Likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Friday said white people have to start listening to “legitimate cries” coming from the black community, pointing out that she has said repeatedly on the campaign trail there needs to be more “love and kindness.”
“I will call for white people like myself to put ourselves in the shoes of those African-American families who fear every time their children go somewhere, who have to have the talk about how to really protect themselves when they’re the ones who should be expecting protection from encounters with the police,” Mrs. Clinton said in an interview on CNN.
“I’m going to be talking to white people. I think we’re the ones who have to start listening to the legitimate cries that are coming from our African-American fellow citizens,” she said.