Dozens of peoples were shot after a militant opened fire at two Islamic mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.

WASHINGTON – A video of Chelsea Clinton, who was confronted with several students who claimed that her "rhetoric" "inflamed" the attacks of New Zealand mosques, passed a viral Saturday – and allowed an unexpected moment.

The video was made on a New York Day party for 49 firefighters who were sent to two mosques in Christchurch. Students encounter Clinton, who is pregnant with a third child, over her statements, exposing anti-Semitism.

"This is right here, the result of a massacre, burned up by people like you, and the words you cast in the world," said one student in the video. "I want you to know this and I want you to feel it deep inside. 49 people were killed in the rhetoric that you put there."

Other students who rode around began to break in support of solidarity, not

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Clinton answered, lifting her arms to her heart, and told the group that she was sorry they thought her comments were incorrect. Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was one of many political leaders who condemned anti-Semitism after the Democratic Republic of Iran, Ilhan Omar, criticized Israel's attitude toward the Palestinians, and that money and lobbying prompted the US to defend Israel and to stop the debate on this issue.


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"I'm sorry that you feel this way," said Clinton students. "It certainly was never my intention. I believe the words are important. I believe we have to show solidarity with each other."

Another student entered the video asking: "Well," sorry, what do you feel, what does that mean?

The video quickly began to hold rounds on the night of the evening with a wide circle of people on both sides of the political passage, condemning the students for charges at Clinton.

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"It's very nice to see people accusing @CelseaClinton in the attacks of NZ, because she opposed anti-Semitism – wrote on Saturday the eldest son of the president Donald Trump, senior son of the president. "We all must condemn anti-Semitism and all forms of hatred. Chelsea should be praised for acting. Anyone who does not understand this is part of the problem. "

Other Republicans used a confrontation to compare it with how President Donald Trump's rhetoric is accused of fueling violence and admission to the White Rule." Conservative expert Kendas Owens, I am referring to the New Zealand militant in his 74-page manifesto, saying that blaming others in such a tragedy was "nonsense."

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"I do not have to say, but neither me, nor Chelsea, Clinton, nor Spyro the Dragon had anything to do with the tragedy in New Zealand," wrote Owens on Twitter on Saturday. "Please stop the nonsense."

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Gukabi, an outstanding conservative commentator, agreed and said that the blame lies solely with the gunman.

"Blaming Chelsea Clinton for New Zealand's murders, it's as dumb as blaming @realDonaldTrump for this, or blaming Berni Sanders for attempting an assassination attempt @ SteveScalise This is the fault of an archer, Period," a fan of Sanders.


The White House rejected any link between the shooting and President Donald Trump. "It's even shocking to do it with a relationship," says Mercedes Schlapp, director of strategic affairs at the White House. (March 15)

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