Hillary Clinton does a FAKE Southern Accent at a Black Church in Alabama and It’s Viral

I saw a comment that someone had said this was cringy but I’ve never cringed so hard in my life. Usually whenever Hillary speaks it induces a cringe from the very beginning similar to how young Democrats cringe at everything Donald Trump says. Why is that word so popular?

Because people like cringy. Cringy is in style. That’s why this video went viral on Twitter:

Watch:

CNN reported “2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Sunday that “we are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy” and “racist and white supremacist views are lifted up” in the White House.

“This is a time, my friends, when fundamental rights, civic virtue, freedom of the press, the rule of law, truth, facts and reason are under assault,” said Clinton, who made the remarks in Selma, Alabama, as she accepted an award at an event marking the 54th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday.” “And make no mistake, we are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy.”

Clinton went on to say that while there may not be “tanks in the streets,” “what’s happening goes to the heart of who we are as a nation.”

“To anyone who has ever wondered what you would have done during those defining moments that we read about in history books — whether you would have risked arrest to demand votes for women or bled on the Edmund Pettus bridge to demand voting rights for all — the answer is what you are doing now could be as important as anything that anyone has done before,” she said.

Clinton, who did not directly mention President Donald Trump in her remarks, took aim at the administration of her formal rival, suggesting his White House espouses racist views.

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