So long to the ‘Sister Souljah moment’

So long to the ‘Sister Souljah moment’
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Infantile leftism is dominating the Democratic Party.

This week, Hillary Clinton gave a racially charged speech in front of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network Convention saying white people, “need to recognize our privilege and practice humility.”

On Saturday, the communist forces behind Occupy Wall Street, which fractured and faded after their 2011 demonstrations, are getting back together for an Occupy-inspired march in New York City, supporting and canvassing for self-described democratic socialist Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders.

Gone are the days of former President Bill Clinton’s Sister Souljah moment, where Mr. Clinton stood up and repudiated the bold extremes of his Party. You remember it — when Mr. Clinton, during a 1992 campaign speech before Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Coalition criticized the black rap-artist known for her divisive racial lyrics and activism.

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