Black Lives Matter movement: Bad for Democrats, good for Republicans
"You can keep the movement going," Clinton urged, "and through it, you may change actually some hearts, but if that's all that happens, we'll be back in 10 years having the same conversation because we will not have all of the changes that you deserve to have because of your willingness to talk about this."
At one point during the 15-minute discussion, Clinton pointed: “I believe you change laws, you change allocation of resources, you change the way systems operate."
It was obvious Clinton strongly disagreed with the methodology of the Black Lives Matter activists. With her dismissive nods and disgruntled looks, the divide between the activists and Clinton was evident and should be a cause of concern for the Democratic Party and its presidential hopefuls.