In a display which requires the Politically Correct Hierarchy Handbook to decipher properly, a pregnant former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton faced the wrath of a New York University student Friday evening. That's the causal chain: Chelsea Clinton urged Omar to be more careful with her rhetoric, this contributed in some way to Islamophobia, and then Christchurch happened.
After attending a vigil on Friday, a group approached Clinton, saying her words "stoked" the massacre.
Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was one of many political leaders who denounced anti-Semitism after Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar criticised Israel's treatment of Palestinians and alleged money and lobbying were driving the United States to defend Israel and halt debate over the issue. But Chelsea Clinton isn't responsible for that, and she certainly isn't responsible for the actions of a deranged white nationalist in New Zealand. "We should expect all elected officials, regardless of party, and all public figures to not traffic in anti-Semitism".More news: WTCR family remembers FIA Director of Formula One Charlie Whiting
Clinton has Omar, who suggested that Jewish political lobbying organizations paid U.S. politicians for their support of Tel Aviv, which many perceived as an expression of anti-Semitism. And I want you to know that and I want you to feel that deep inside.
Some of the NYU students told Clinton she wasn't welcome at the vigil.
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Chelsea, who is now pregnant with her third child, was blamed by the NYU student to her face at a vigil for the NZ massacre victims on March 15.
Others were quick to offer Clinton support and mock the Left's "Woke" Olympics, too.
"Chelsea Clinton was trying to speak out against bigotry and her words were used to claim she was a bigot", said journalist Tim Pool. "There are no rules, everything is offensive". "Fortunately we have millennials to suss it out for us".More news: Cheltenham Festival gets the go-ahead