Bill Clinton continues to defend 1994 crime bill that fueled racist mass incarceration. Clinton claims his "tough-on-crime" policies had good effects. Experts say Bill & Hillary "decimated Black America"
Bill Clinton overstated the effect of the crime bill he signed in 1994 when he said, "because of that bill we had a low in crime, a low in the murder rate." Independent analyses found it had a modest effect on crime rates.
Bill Clinton Gets Into Heated Exchange With Black Lives Matter Protester
Conservative Outfitters Watch as former President Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary when an unidentified woman curses and yells about the federal crime bill he signed in More from Conservative Outfitters.
20 Years Later, Parts Of Major Crime Bill Viewed As Terrible Mistake
Bill Clinton 'almost' apologizes for clash with Black Lives Matter protester Former president says heated exchange over his 1994 crime bill exemplifies ‘the danger threatening our country … we’ve got to listen to each other again’