Democrats have notoriously used mass shootings and tragedies to create media hysteria and build public support for government policy.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama both learned to “never let a good crisis go to waste” from fellow Communist and community organizer, Saul Alinsky.

Now Hillary, the Democrat presidential frontrunner, is shamelessly using this scheme on self-described socialist and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

In a recent interview, Sanders told the New York Daily News that he doesn’t believe victims of gun violence should be allowed to sue gun manufacturers.

Sanders followed his comments by saying, “I do believe that gun manufacturers and gun dealers should be able to be sued when they know the guns are going into the hands of the wrong people.”

Clinton quickly pounced and tweeted a video clip of her earlier interview blasting Sanders’ comments:

“[Bernie] would place gun manufacturers’ rights and immunity from liability against the parents of the children killed at Sandy Hook. It’s just unimaginable to me.”

Hillary has made gun control a central theme of her campaign to criticize Sanders and differentiate herself from him while scrambling for votes.

Sanders supporters furiously fought back on social media and accused Clinton of “politicizing” dead children and using victims as “props” to help her campaign — echoing similar sentiments from gun rights supporters who have long accused Democrats of using tragedies to push for national gun control legislation.

Social media sites were soon filled with Hillary’s record of hosting fundraising alongside the NRA and “approving arms deals” with Islamic countries, such as Saudi Arabia.

The race for the Democrat presidential nomination has both campaigns hitting each other with increasingly hostile rhetoric.