What does Sister Souljah think of Hillary Clinton? Read on.
It seems that we’re condemned to either live in the 1990’s or the 1960’s. The democrat party’s two leading presidential contenders are 70 (or near 70)-somethings, one a throwback to the 1990’s, the other a throwback to the 1960’s, right? So, let’s a moment to remember Sister Souljah. You remember her, right? If not, yesterday’s Time magazine piece is here to help.
In 1992, the then rapper entered the lexicon when Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, eager to differentiate himself from the rest of the Democratic field, attacked her for supposedly fomenting hate. After that year’s riots in Los Angeles, Souljah had said in an interview that “if black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people?” Clinton compared her to David Duke, the former politician, convicted felon and KKK Grand Wizard. Souljah stands by what she has said. “If you ask me my view, even if it’s not your view, you have to handle that,” she says. “Don’t tell me I hurt your feelings. I’m not your kindergarten teacher.”
Whoa–Not caring about my feelings? Where’s my trigger warning? Given that she stands by these words today, I think I’m a tad less concerned about hurt feelings than the fact that she wants to kill white people.
I guess it’s not a surprise that, given what Bill said about her, that Sister Souljah is not a Bill Clinton fan. What about Hillary, though? Uh, not so much there either. From the Time piece:
But what does she think of Hillary Clinton? She pauses for a long moment, then pulls out an unsealed envelope. “I want to control what I say so that I can be quoted properly. I have this past history of being misquoted or misunderstood.” She slides an index card across the table. It reads, “She reminds me too much of the slave plantation white wife of the white ‘Master.’ (emphasis mine) She talks down to people, is condescending and pandering. She even talked down to the Commander in Chief, President Barack Obama, while she was under his command!”
Sister, you are catching on. The democrats have had black people on their plantation for way too long. Isn’t it time to think for yourselves, my African-American friends, rather than just pulling the lever for someone because he or she has a “D” in front of his or her name?