Clinton herself is always talking about her genitalia as reason enough to vote for her.
It’s interesting to see in these types of situations (battle of the minorities) who eventually wins out over the other. He was actually making a good point, genitalia, and I would add, skin color, are not qualifications for the presidency, nor for anything at all other than belonging to a social group.
What matters is what goes on between the ears, which doesn’t say much for the person that this rapper is stumping for, the old socialist, because nothing positive or good is floating between his flapping ears.
NOTE: The Democrats (the party of chains, lynchings, pointed hoods and paternalistic poverty inducing policies) are a sideline freak show.
Rapper’s comments at Sanders rally spark controversy
‘A uterus doesn’t qualify you to be president of the United States,’ Killer Mike says of frontrunner Hillary Clinton
AtLANTA (AP) — When rapper Killer Mike spoke before Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at an Atlanta rally on Tuesday night, he sparked controversy by telling supporters that “a uterus doesn’t qualify you to be president of the United States.”
Killer Mike is the latest Sanders surrogate to use impolitic comments about Hillary Clinton, raising tensions between the two campaigns as they head into pivotal contests in Nevada, South Carolina and a string of “Super Tuesday” states on March 1. It comes weeks after former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright implied at a Clinton rally in New Hampshire there was a “special place in hell” for women who don’t support Clinton, a line that angered some female supporters of Sanders.
The rapper, whose real name is Michael Render, suggested at a rally before 4,800 people at Morehouse College that Clinton would be slow to move on issues of racial justice. His comments referenced a recent conversation he said he had with anti-racism activist Jane Elliott.
“When people tell us, ‘Hold on, wait awhile.’ And that’s what the other Democrat is telling you. ‘Hold on, Black Lives Matter. Just wait awhile.’ ‘Hold on, young people in this country, just wait awhile,’” the rapper said. “But I talked to Jane Elliott a few weeks ago, and Jane said, ‘Michael, a uterus doesn’t qualify you to be president of the United States. You have to be — you have to have policy that’s reflective of social justice.’”