Hillary Clinton got into a shouting match with a heckler at a panel event discussing the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) at Columbia University.
The clash took place when a heckler asked Clinton why she has said nothing about Joe Biden being a warmonger.
The heckler would go on to say “President Joe Biden’s calling for $100 billion of funding for Israel, Taiwan and Ukraine…We’re supposed to just bundle these together and pretend like we’re gonna rush to World War III.”
Clinton clearly got upset and shouted “Sit down! We’ve heard your opinion!”
Watch the exchange here:
Hillary Clinton SNAPS into unhinged screaming match with heckler exposing ruling class warmongering:
"Sit down! We've heard your opinion!"
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) October 24, 2023
Here’s what Newsweek reported:
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had an extended argument on Monday with a heckler screaming about the “warmongering” policies of President Joe Biden.
During a panel event to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) at Columbia University in New York City, Clinton and an unnamed man engaged in a heated exchange that went on for more than three minutes.
The panel discussion, moderated by Clinton, abruptly ground to a halt over the man’s demands that Clinton address his claim that the “idiotic” policies of Biden run the risk of setting off World War III.
While Clinton was talking about international human rights violations with former President of Chile Michelle Bachelet, the man could be heard loudly speaking about “hypocrisy” from the crowd.
"Sir down! We've heard your opinion!"
Hillary Clinton snaps when confronted by a young man. pic.twitter.com/udJWlxJcr7
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) October 24, 2023
Here’s what The Washington Examiner reported:
Hillary Clinton was called out by an audience member for supporting President Joe Biden’s national security package for Israel, Taiwan, and Ukraine.
While speaking Monday at the newly launched Institute of Global Politics through the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, the audience member asked Clinton to “denounce” Biden’s “warmongering speech,” calling the former secretary of state’s words “hypocrisy.”
“Can you please — can you make a statement about President Joe Biden’s speech? This is a clearly warmongering speech,” the man said.