Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton is not the warm and fuzzy type. In fact, she often treats her supporters with what can only be described as thinly veiled contempt. You would think the former Secretary of State would show more appreciation to her followers, particularly in Texas, where her fan-base is small.
KFDM reports that during a fundraising stop in Beaumont, Texas Wednesday, the Democrat presidential candidate was greeted by a mere six people. Rather than show warmth and gratitude, however, she chose to ignore them.
"Some people just wanted to catch a glimpse of the presidential candidate," said one witness.
No chance. Hillary's motorcade sped from airport without so much as an obligatory hand-wave:
She didn’t say hello or visit with anyone while at the airport,” according to KFDM.
Meanwhile, 12 News Now reports Clinton was in West Beaumont to attend a fundraiser organized by Pakistani businessman Tahir Javed.
The news station reports the campaign collected about $500,000, “making it one of the top five private fundraisers Clinton has had in this country.”
“Many of the Pakistanis at the event were pleased with Clinton’s vocal support of the Muslim religion,” 12 News Now reports.
“Talking about Muslims and favoring Muslims, so I really appreciate her whatever effort she is making against Islamaphobia, so I really think she needs to be the next President of the United States,” Aisha Zahid says.
Apparently Clinton was more concerned about securing cash from one of her wealthy Muslim supporters than in feigning interest about the little people. Hillary is nothing if not transparent.