Two months after calling Donald Trump supporters “deplorable,” Hillary Clinton added to her list of insults during a campaign stop Tuesday.
According to the Daily Mail, the pro-abortion Democrat “launched into a tirade” Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida after a protester heckled her and shouted, “Bill Clinton is a rapist.”
Clinton raised her voice and pointed a finger at the protester as she exclaimed: ‘I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and the anger of people who support Donald Trump.’
She continued: ‘It is time for us to say no, we are not going backwards, we’re going forward into a brighter future.’
Her voice became hoarse as she delivered the address.
Supporters chanted her name to drown out the heckler who was ejected from the rally.
A few months ago, after Clinton called Trump’s supporters “deplorable,” Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List, said the word fits Clinton’s own policies on abortion better.
“Abortion is deplorable,” Dannenfelser wrote. “And forcing pro-life Americans to pay for abortions is deplorable.
“The millions of pro-lifers standing against her abortion extremism are not deplorable. Hillary’s callous disregard for innocent human life is what’s deplorable …” she continued.
Clinton’s pro-abortion positions are radical and extreme when compared to most Americans’ positions on the issue. A new Harvard University poll found that most Americans are opposed to Clinton’s proposal to overturn the Hyde Amendment and force taxpayers to pay for abortions through Medicaid. According to Politico, just 36 percent of likely voters support Clinton’s plan to direct federal tax dollars to cover abortions, while 58 percent oppose it.
Taxpayer-funding of abortion is not popular, even among Democrats and those who identify as pro-choice. Politico and the Harvard researchers admitted that Clinton’s plan only appeals to a small, strongly pro-abortion group. Even a number of Democrats recently have spoken out against Clinton’s radical pro-abortion agenda.
Several months ago, Clinton made it clear that she opposes even some of the most common-sense abortion regulations when she blasted Indiana for protecting unborn babies from abortion simply because of the baby’s sex or a disability.
Then, during the last debate, she maintained that she supports late-term and partial-birth abortions on viable unborn babies.