SICK! Watch What Hillary Clinton Does When Trump Mentions Gays Being Tossed Off Buildings (VIDEO)

During the third Presidential debate of 2016, Donald Trump talked about gay people being thrown from the rooftops of buildings. Some of whom were stoned when they splattered on the concrete. But, that wasn’t the worst part. It was the look that Hillary Clinton gave when Trump mentioned the murder of gays. It was a sick smirk and we can’t tell if she was laughing at his commentary or smiling because she supports the death of gays by the Saudi’s and ISIS members.

If she’s looking at him in a way that suggests it isn’t true, then that’s nonsense. It is true. ISIS has been known to throw gays off buildings and murder them. Why would she look at Trump like this? That’s kinda crazy, don’t you think?

Can you imagine being thrown off the top of a building just because you’re gay? Well that’s what happens to gays in other countries where being gay is a crime. In particular, it seems like ISIS really dislikes gays and might be the biggest proprietors of “gay tossing” from high buildings.

What was Hillary Clinton thinking when she threw a crooked towards Trump when he spoke of dead gays? That’s really creepy to watch the clip.

Want to see what it looks like when Muslims throw gays off a rooftop?

Hear that thud? That’s pretty deplorable, right?

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama want more refugees in America, many of which feel the same way about homosexuals as ISIS.

Does this mean that Hillary is secretly against gays? Does she want gay people abolished? I don’t know about you, but if I was gay, then this would really bother me.

How do you explain this to the gays? If you’re gay, does this make you feel bad?

Would you throw Pepe off a roof if he was gay?


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