Hillary’s Hypocritical Embrace of Jay Z’s Foul Language
As rapper demeans everyone with his crude lyrics, HRC stands idly by, even after trying to go after Trump for language issues
It was the height of hypocrisy. At a so-called “get out the vote” free concert on Hillary Clinton’s behalf in Cleveland on Friday night, rapper Jay Z repeatedly used some of the crudest language around — completely unmentionable here — during his performance.
He used the “N” word and the “F” bomb and more as he rapped and performed on Hillary’s behalf, with a big “vote” sign hanging high over his head — and Hillary sat idly by and seemed OK with it all. While Clinton as well as Obama repeatedly make references to Donald Trump’s language, claiming it demeans women and minorities, Jay Z’s language demeans all people — all human beings. Yet she has had the gall to try to attack Trump.
Trump himself, at his first rally of the day on Saturday morning in Tampa, Florida, immediately addressed the incident head on.
“We don’t need Jay Z to fill up arenas,” said Donald Trump on Saturday morning. “We do it the old-fashioned way” — adding that thousands and thousands of people come to his rallies because they believe in his messages. They care about making the country great again, enforcing the borders, bringing back jobs to America, repealing Obamacare, protecting the unborn and more — and aren’t artificially enticed by flashy celebrities with no morals. They care about the issues that affect all Americans.
Performing at the same venue Friday night were Jay Z’s wife, Beyoncé, as well as Big Sean and Chance the Rapper.
Hillary apparently had no problem at all with the highly offensive lyrics — she met with Jay Z and Beyoncé backstage before the performance and gave them a big wet kiss all night.
During the evening, Jay Z, his arms wrapped around Hillary at one point, managed to say, “This other guy [Trump], I don’t have any ill will towards him, but his conversation is [divisive] and that’s not an evolved soul to me. He cannot be my president, he cannot be our president!”
Beyoncé took the stage with other dancers clad in blue pantsuits, in an attempt at a "tribute" to Hillary Clinton's favorite attire.
Many Americans are not fooled at all by the rubbing-shoulders-with-Grammy-winning-musicians act. One man tweeted Friday night: "Hillary acts like she cares about children, yet campaigns with Beyoncé and Jay-Z, the WORST role models on earth. Why? She needs votes."
Said Trump on Saturday morning, "He used language last night that was so bad, and then Hillary said, ‘I did not like Donald Trump’s lewd language.’ I’ll tell you what, I’ve never said what he said in my life," Trump said of Jay Z.
The Democratic candidate has been desperate to attract young voters and African-American voters as she tries to deflect attention away from the scandals her campaign is embroiled in — including the FBI's investigation into her controversial use of a private email server through which she received and sent classified information. Donald Trump, on the other hand, reaches out to the American people with his policies on strong and secure borders, the repeal and replacement of Obamacare, his solutions to fix corruption in this country, and his protection and respect for all life, including the unborn.
Actor and model Antonio Sabato Jr. said on Fox News Saturday morning he's proud to support Donald Trump. "Hillary's not going to win ... I think he [Trump] is going to win and I know in my heart he will." He emphasized that the election is about the country and its future — it's not about, and shouldn't be about, Hillary Clinton and her multiple scandals and history of doing little or nothing for this country.