Twice-failed Democrat presidential candidate was confronted by angry American citizens over a number of controversies.
Furious citizens demanded accountability from Clinton during a panel discussion at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).
SIPA had recently launched the Institute of Global Politics (IGP), where Clinton was slated to serve as the Chair of the IGP Faculty Advisory Board.
The event “Making Human Rights Come Alive: The UDHR at 75,” was supposed to be a forum for discussing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
The event’s panel featured individuals like former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, Ugandan LGBTI Rights Advocate Frank Mugisha, and Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa.
A wild video from the event shows Clinton being brutally heckled for “warmongering,” refusing to call out Democrat President Joe Biden, and attacking free speech.
Hillary was confronted by Robert Castle, who accused her of hypocrisy.
Castle criticized Clinton for failing to call out Biden and his administration for considered a “warmongering” foreign policy.
He argued that the policy is leading America closer to the brink of World War III.
“Can you please make a statement about President Joe Biden’s speech?” Castle said.
“This is a clearly warmongering speech.
“President Joe Biden is calling for $100 billion of funding for Israel, Taiwan, and Ukraine.
“And we’re supposed to just bundle these together and pretend like we’re going to rush to World War Three, and we’re all just going to let Hillary Rodham Clinton sit here? Okay.”
In response, Clinton noted, “I’m sorry.
“This is not the way to have a conversation.
“You’re welcome to come talk to me.”
Castle, not letting her off the hook so easily, retorted, “I do not believe you.
“But respectfully, I do not believe you.
“And the fact of the matter is that the American people’s voices are what need to be heard because our president is not speaking for the American people and neither are you…
“This is people constructing narratives that are openly hypocritical.”
He continued to berate Clinton several minutes as the panel attempted to talk over him