Hillary Clinton’s speech in Kansas City touches more personal themes

September 9, 2016

Hillary Clinton in his new plane ‘Stronger Together’ visited Kansas City. On Thursday, she gave a fiery speech in which he touched upon more personal themes. Quite unexpectedly, given that Mrs. Clinton, as a rule, avoids passing on such personal matters.

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, paid a visit to Kansas City. On Thursday in her speech she was using surprisingly personal and religious language — Mrs. Clinton urged Americans to re-dedicate themselves to faith and community service. The candidate said to 4,000 delegates to the National Baptist Convention USA:

“I’ve made my share of mistakes. I don’t know anyone who hasn’t. It’s grace that lifts us up.”

The speech was rally brilliant and very touching, Clinton was grateful, she said, for “the gift of personal salvation.” The meeting was held at Bartle Hall in Kansas City, it gathered about 4,000 people.

The Clinton’s speech was laced with biblical quotations. Many in the audience recited the verses from memory as the candidate spoke. The Democrats fully understand they can’t afford to take African-American votes, and enthusiasm, for granted.