A group of students opposing Hillary Clinton trolled her first campaign appearance in Wisconsin, provoking a confrontation with backers and providing evidence that student passions don’t lean entirely Democratic, according to photos, video, and a witness on the scene.
The students, who plagued her appearance at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, passed out informational fliers with four bullet points that read:
- As Senator Clinton, she was the FIRST woman to serve as a sitting U.S. senator from New York!
- As first lady, she was a monumental figure on advancing nationalized healthcare (pioneered by that wonderful Empire known as the Soviet Union).
- Hillary was instrumental in creating false narratives about a YouTube video, which helped cover up the terrorist attack on September 11, 2012, in Benghazi, Libya
- After her tenure as Secretary of State, Hillary proceeded to help the 24-hour news cycle by deleting 30,000 emails and sending classified information over (an) unsecure Internet.
When Clinton volunteers and staffers found out about the unflattering fliers, they went around campus frantically collecting the pamphlets. At one point, one of the Clintonites, evidently displeased with being filmed by conservative students, tried to shut down his antagonists.
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During the scuffle, which was captured on video, another Clinton follower can be heard saying, “Quit spreading a bunch of bullsh*t lies.”
Another can be heard saying, “White people and their white privilege …” before he trails off.
Not all millennials support Hillary Clinton, even if she does talk about Chillary Clinton koozies on Snapchat.
The conservative students also wrote anti-Hillary messages in chalk around the seating area of the outdoor event, as well as where her security detail was scheduled to park on campus, according to one student. Some referenced the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi, Libya, attack and her email scandal; others simply stated “Hill No!”
The chalk messages so worried the Hillary team, they allegedly ran to get buckets of water when they saw them.
These students at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee made it clear that not all millennials support Hillary Clinton, even if she does talk about Chillary Clinton koozies on Snapchat.
This piece is part of a CampusZette series exploring the culture, oddities and experiences of students on college campuses through their eyes.