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The Liberal Media’s Collective Orgasm When Hillary Types “Black Lives Matter”

Did you hear it?

The liberal media had a collective, screaming orgasm when Hillary Clinton posted on Facebook that “Black Lives Matter.”

God, it was spectacular.

It was during a question and answer session on Facebook. The Democratic Party was still reeling from the Phoenix Netroots Nation conference, where black protesters took over and complained when one of their candidates said “all lives matter.” Well, Hillary learned her lesson yesterday.

Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery asked:

You chose not to speak at Netroots Nation this weekend, two of your Democratic primary rivals did — both were interrupted by Black Lives Matter protesters, who asked: “As the leader of this nation, will you advance a racial justice agenda that will dismantle — not reform, not make progress — but will begin to dismantle structural racism in the United States? How would you have answered?

And she answered – hold on to your hats:

Black lives matter. Everyone in this country should stand firmly behind that. We need to acknowledge some hard truths about race and justice in this country, and one of those hard truths is that that racial inequality is not merely a symptom of economic inequality. Black people across America still experience racism every day. Since this campaign started, I’ve been talking about the work we must do to address the systemic inequities that persist in education, in economic opportunity, in our justice system. But we have to do more than talk – we have to take action. For example – we should make sure every police department in the US has body cameras. We should provide alternatives to incarceration for low-level offenders. We should invest in early childhood education for every child. We should fight for voting rights and universal voter registration. You will continue to hear me talking about these issues throughout this campaign and pushing for real solutions. –H

Daily Kos reported on it like it was the Second Coming. They had the transcipt, then a screen-shot of the momentous event.

The Washington Post was beside itself.

“She said it. She really did. Actually she typed it. But still, there was no hedge.”

“She really did?”  Gee … you’d think she cured cancer.