During the Presidential Debate on Monday night, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton claimed the entire country suffers from implicit bias and racism.

The National Council for State Courts defines implicit bias as:

“Implicit bias is the bias in judgment and/or behavior that results from subtle cognitive processes (e.g., implicit attitudes and implicit stereotypes) that often operate at a level below conscious awareness and without intentional control.

The underlying implicit attitudes and stereotypes responsible for implicit bias are those beliefs or simple associations that a person makes between an object and its evaluation of race.”

Clinton brought up the issue during the section on policing matters while verbally sparring with Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.

When asked about her views on implicit bias in terms of policing, the candidate answered by saying she felt the entire country was implicitly biased, not just the police force.

The Daily Caller Reports:

“Lester, I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police,” Clinton said, in response to the question: “Do you believe that police are implicitly biased against black people?’….’I think, unfortunately, too many of us in our great country jump to conclusions about each other, and therefore, I think we need all of us to be asking hard questions about, ‘why am I feeling this way?’” she added.

This comment made by Clinton is almost as demeaning as her previous statement calling Donald Trump supporters “deplorables” and is predicted to receive a similar amount of backlash.

Clinton has since redacted her “deplorables” comment, saying it was unfair of her to have been grossly generalistic.

But after her comment during the debate Monday night, there seems to be a trend of her grossly generalizing the American population.

Breitbart News Reports:

“In a moment of candor, Clinton said that all Americans are biased because everyone jumps to “conclusions” about each other.”

Many are comparing both statements to Mitt Romney’s major blunder in his 2012 campaign in which he stated that nearly half of the country votes for the Democratic Party because they rely on government handouts. Some say that statement cost him the election.

Clinton has not yet redacted her statement regarding the supposed racist state of the nation, however social media is already pointing out her massive blunder.

Sonny Brunch, executive editor of the Washington Free Beacon tweeted: “Would you say that everyone’s a little bit racist?”

While Columnist Kimberley Strassel at the Wall Street Journal tweeted: “The entire country is racist.”

It is not yet known if Clinton will take responsibility for her comment like she previously had in terms of her “deplorables” moment, but it certainly caused a spark of debate Tuesday and into the rest of the week.

“That’s going to launch quite a debate tomorrow…” Hugh Hewitt, a conservative radio talk show host, tweeted about the matter.

What are your thoughts? Do you think this comment will greatly affect the results of the election? Or is it just Hillary Clinton being blunt per usual?

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