Shrillary: "We cannot let a minority of people hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people"

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Shrillary: Gun Owners ‘Terrorize the Majority of People’

Presumed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a staged townhall meeting on CNN today. CNN’s Christiane Amanpour made sure that CNN lived up to the “Clinton News Network” nickname that the network earned during Bill Clinton’s two terms in the presidency, tossing softball questions to Mrs. Clinton and cheerleading for yet another Clinton presidency.

The subject turned to the Second Amendment, gun rights and the National Rifle Association. Clinton offered a quote in which she directly assaulted the First and Second Amendments simultaneously.

“We cannot let a minority of people hold a viewpoint that terrorizes the majority of people”

This is the Quote that Should End Hillary Clinton’s Political Career.

Wait, what? Americans have the right, given to us not by government but by our Creator, to hold points of view whether the majority agrees with us or not. That right is protected from government by the First Amendment to the Constitution.

Hillary’s statement brings up a terrifying question: What steps would President Hillary Clinton take to prevent Americans from holding a “viewpoint?”

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Why Hillary Clinton Could Be the Next President

Benghazi alone would totally disqualify Shrillary Rotten for high office — if not for this. CNN admits on air that it has given her a free ride and has done everything possible to pave her way to power:

Child Rape Case Reveals Hillary’s Lighter Side

You can’t say Hillary Clinton doesn’t have a sense of humor. For example, helping a child rapist get off with a 1-year sentence (minus time served) really tickles her funny bone:

Newly discovered audio recordings of Hillary Clinton from the early 1980s include the former first lady’s frank and detailed assessment of the most significant criminal case of her legal career: defending a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. (Moonbattery)