nearvideo Gillibrand: The democratic candidate needs in order to inspire women, with the back
Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy speaks with the 2020 candidate sen. Kristen Gillibrand after the Democratic presidential debate.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, said on Wednesday night the democratic debate, you could go to the suburbs and to explain what white privilege to white women who voted for President Trump.
“I can speak to the white women,” she said in answer to a question about it would be how to heal racial relations in the country. “If your son on the street with a bag of M&Ms in the bag, wearing a hoodie, his white protects him not shot.”
GILLIBRAND UNVEILED A $10 TRILLION PLAN TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE
Gillibrand added, she believes, to educate that it is the sole responsibility of the applicant, to the color, to questions of institutional racism.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP
“I think, as a woman, the U.S. senator running for President of the United States white privilege,” she said, “it is also my responsibility to raise these voices will not be heard.”