Twenty months after her loss to President Trump in the election, Hillary Clinton poured out her grievances with him during a recent interview, according to The Guardian. And she doesn’t think the resistance movement against him has been uncivil.
“I was hopeful that I wouldn’t see the worst of my fears come true. But it has been worse. I have to tell you, even I did not believe this would happen,” Hillary bemoaned when talking about children being separated from their parents at the border after crossing illegally into the U.S.
But resistance to the family separation — something Trump and House Republicans have been fighting to change anyway — has risen to such a fevered pitch that Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) called on liberals to harass any members of the Trump administration, blocking their attempts to buy food, household goods, and gas.
“Oh, give me a break!” Hillary erupted, according to The Guardian.
Over the past couple weeks, Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen was forced to leave a restaurant after an angry mob invaded the eatery to scream at her as she tried to have dinner. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was given Secret Service protection after a restaurant owner refused to serve her and a mob harassed her relatives after they went to eat at a different establishment.
“What is more uncivil and cruel than taking children away?” Hillary demanded.
Nielsen was also subjected to audio clips being blasted at her house by a mob while she was inside. And employees at an ICE office in Portland, Ore. couldn’t get to work for over a week because furious agitators with Occupy ICE PDX blocked them from getting to the building.
“It should be met with resolve and strength,” the failed presidential candidate said.
A burnt and decapitated animal was also left on the porch of a Department of Homeland Security official in D.C. In Milwaukee, protesters shut down multiple streets to block access to Gov. Scott Walker’s fundraiser, which Trump was attending.
Then Hillary admitted that perhaps there is some incivility, but it was justified, saying, “And if some of that comes across as a little uncivil, well, children’s lives are at stake.”
Meanwhile on Thursday, actress Susan Sarandon was arrested for unlawfully protesting at inside a Senate office at the U.S. Department of Justice. Hundreds of women participated in the organized sit-in.
“Give me a break, really,” Hillary said, addressing again the accusation on incivility on the Left.