Last Chance for the 'Deplorables'

Patrick J. Buchanan,

No wonder Clinton was so giddy at the LGBT bash. They are taking America away from the “haters,” as they look down in moral supremacy on the pitiable Middle Americans who are passing away. But a question arises for 2017. Why should Middle America, given what she thinks of us, render a President Hillary Clinton and her regime any more allegiance or loyalty than Colin Kaepernick renders to the America he so abhors?

Hillary and the ‘Homophobes’

William Murchison, The American Spectator

Clinton’s disability invites the voting public to look at what she stands for: not least for a party-wide attitude of disdain for people who think differently than Democrats think. They’re the kind of people you can’t and don’t want to work with.

Pence: Clinton's 'deplorables' remark worst in my 'lifetime'

Al Weaver, Washington Examiner

Pence told Fox News' Bret Baier that Clinton's comment wasn't "off-the-cuff remark," noting she had said it before. The Indiana governor argued that it was worse than Mitt Romney's "47 percent" comment from 2012.

The Meaning of Deplorable

Ben Stein, The American Spectator

This woman, who just uttered the most vile slanders against men and women whose only sin is supporting a candidate who dares to oppose her, who dares to oppose the media/Wall Street/White House buddy system, says that only she is “temperamentally fit” to be President. Really? Temperamentally fit to work for the KGB is more like it.

Hillary’s Deplorables Remark A Dog Whistle To The Leftwing Elite

Hillary Clinton's "basket of deplorables" remark was not merely, as her campaign later tried to explain, a criticism of the #AltRight, it was a dog whistle to the Leftwing elite that half of Donald Trump’s supporters are not admissible to polite society and are to be shunned as holding illegitimate views that are unworthy of discussion.