Failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received hearty applause as she was introduced Friday to a gathering of the American Federation of Teachers union in Pittsburgh, according to NPR. But one woman near the front of the cheering crowd stared her down.
Take a look as a woman in a blue T-shirt first refuses to clap before raising her smartphone to capture a photo.
A minute later, the woman can be seen again with her hand tightly clasped on her arm during the continuing applause and a stone cold expression on her face.
Check out those video clips below:
“Teachers unions are not going anywhere!” Hillary declared in the midst of her speech, evoking a standing ovation from some people in the crowd but emotionless stares from others.
A number of camera shots throughout the speech showed a surprising number of teachers not enthusiastic about Hillary’s very partisan address.
During her nearly half-hour-long speech, in which she spent a lot of time complaining about Trump, Hillary accused the president of attempting to “reverse decades of progress” and seemed to imply that his administration was going to bring back slavery.
“I used to worry that they wanted to turn the clock back to the 1950s. Now I worry that they want to turn it back to the 1850s,” she said, according to the American Mirror. “[E]verything that represents the progress we have made over the past 125 years, to make our country freer and fairer, to pursue the dream of a more perfect union, is at stake.”
The 1850s was the last full decade of legalized slavery in the United States before the start of the Civil War. Hillary also called for “universal pre-K and tuition-free college,” re-borrowing a book from failed socialist Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.