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Hillary Clinton Just Demonstrated Once Again Why She is Unworthy of the Presidency

Katz: Hillary Clinton is Too Ignorant to be Allowed to Tweet

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Preliminary information was still trickling in when Hillary Clinton took to Twitter Monday to exploit the tragedy and loss of life in Las Vegas in order to push a political agenda and attack the NRA.

A liberal exploiting a shooting with mass casualties to call for stricter gun legislation is nothing new, but the timing of Clinton's tweets and their failure to demonstrate even the most basic, rudimentary understanding of the facts related to the issue at hand underscore why she is unfit to serve in any elected position - especially the Presidency.

WIBC host Tony Katz discussed Clinton's tweets on his broadcast Monday.

Katz:

This is so disgusting and despicable, as obscene as the day is long. That you [Clinton] take these moments without understanding even a single fact and you attack, and attack, and attack. And you don't understand why it is that nobody wants to be around you, that nobody will listen to you, that nobody will vote for you. 

'Well Tony, she won the popular vote.' Well, then that's just frightening because that means that three million people too many voted for somebody too ignorant to be allowed to tweet.

Click below to hear Tony's entire rant about Hillary Clinton's response to the tragedy in Las Vegas:

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