You Know Who’s Really Responsible for Brenton Tarrant? Chelsea Clinton.

This is the best thing ever.

As you may recall, Chelsea Clinton, the dogfaced daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, got super aggro with Ilhan Omar when the latter said that AIPAC is an organization that exists.

So she was at an event at NYU right after the reverse-terrorist attack in New Zealand, and she was accosted by Moslems blaming her for the attack.


A group of students confronted Chelsea Clinton on Friday night at NYU where they accused the former first daughter of stoking “Islamophobia” and facilitating, with her words, the recent terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, that left 49 people dead and dozens of others wounded.

The former first daughter was berated by students as she tried to attend a vigil honoring the victims of the New Zealand terror attack in what turned out to be a bizarre confrontation as students blamed the mosque shootings on her “rhetoric.”

“After all that you have done, all the Islamophobia you have stoked,” a female student can be heard saying to Clinton at the beginning of the video.

“I am so sorry that you feel that way,” said Clinton, “Certainly, it was my never my intention. I do believe words matter. I believe we have to show solidarity with each other–”

“[Words] do matter,” interrupted the student, “This right here is the result of a massacre stoked by people like you and the words that you have put out into the world.” The student appeared to then gesture toward the vigil.

“And I want you to know that,” continued the student, “I want you to feel that deep inside, that forty-nine people died because of the rhetoric that you put out there.”

Other students that were present began to snap their fingers, which is a sign of approval often used by college students.

“I am so sorry you feel that way,” responded Clinton.

“What does ‘I’m sorry you feel that way’ mean?” asked a male student nearby, seemingly frustrated, “What does that mean?”

AIPAC and their shills being blamed for a white nationalist shooting up a mosque is truly the best thing I have ever heard of in my entire life.

I don’t think there is any truth to it – at all.

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