‘You can’t hide!’: Hillary Clinton heckled by leftists as she fled from Columbia classroom

Leftist pro-Palestinian protesters are so emboldened at American universities that even Hillary Clinton’s Columbia University class is not off limits.

As the liberal failed presidential candidate left her New York City class and walked past a common area of Columbia University’s International Affairs Building, angry demonstrators chanted, “Hillary, Hillary you can’t hide, you are supporting genocide.”

According to Fox News Digital, Clinton’s lecture was disrupted by the protestors, who staged their demonstration on Wednesday outside her “Inside the Situation Room” classroom.

Video of the former first lady’s walk of shame quickly made the rounds on social media, where she was blasted on X for “being an evil war pig” who supports “genocide.”

“It is good to see that you can not make people fool anymore,” wrote one user who added, “HILLARY CLINTON SHAMED OUT OF COLUMBIA SCHOOL FOR SUPPORTING GENOCIDE.”

Libertarian reality TV personality, Mindy Robinson, stated, “I could watch Hillary Clinton getting heckled for being an evil war pig all day.”

“I can’t believe it took this long for people to finally figure out that our government has been murdering people for profit under the guise of promoting fake ‘democracy’ this entire time,” she wrote.

Clinton didn’t appear to engage with the demonstrators, some of whom were sitting on the ground and holding signs that declared such things as “Columbia funds apartheid.” Instead, she marched down the stairs and into an elevator as the protestors called out her co-instructor, Keren Yarhi-Milo, dean and Adlai E. Stevenson professor of international relations.

“Can’t you see you are supporting genocide?” they shouted. “Take our demands, take our demands!”

A spokesperson for the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) voiced the school’s continued support of student protestors.

“We continue to support our students who wish to express themselves through respectful speech while at the same time we fulfill our responsibility to maintain the core activities of our school,” the spokesperson told Fox News Digital. “Today was a good example of balancing these principles.”

It wasn’t the first time Clinton and Yarhi-Milo faced their students’ wrath. In early November, around 30 students marched out of their lecture on women’s involvement in peace processes, according to the New York Times.

The angry group was protesting so-called “doxxing trucks” that were circling the campus with the faces of pro-Palestinian students. “Columbia’s Leading Antisemites,” the banner announced.

“The students said the photographs were taken from a ‘private and secure’ online platform for students at the School of International and Public Affairs,” The Times reported. “They demanded ‘immediate legal support for affected students’ and ‘a commitment to student safety, well being and privacy.'”

Back on X, many cheered on the Columbia protesters.


Melissa Fine


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