Hillary Clinton got into a shouting match with a man in the crowd during an event at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).

Clinton participated in a panel at the recently launched Institute of Global Politics.

Robert Castle criticized the former secretary of state for her failure to call out Joe Biden’s warmongering foreign policies.

He blasted Clinton for her hypocrisy.

“Can you please make a statement about President Joe Biden’s speech? This is a clearly warmongering speech,” he said.

“President Joe Biden is calling for $100 billion of funding for Israel, Taiwan, and Ukraine. And we’re supposed to just bundle these together and pretend like we’re going to rush to World War Three, and we’re all just going to let Hillary Rodham Clinton sit here?” he continued.

“This is not the way to have a conversation. If you want to have a conversation, you’re welcome to come talk to me afterward,” Clinton responded.

“And you’re going to wait for me right?” he asked.

“My friends Robert Castle & @ZSimonMillerZ of the @SchillerInst confronted the warmongering queen herself @HillaryClinton. Robert begins by calling out her hypocrisy and clearly stating her entire talk is just warmonger,” Jose Vega wrote.


She did not talk to my friend Robert, but @ZSimonMillerZ caught up with her afterwards and confronted her on the lies that China is ‘abusing human rights’ and that the BRICS is the new form of colonialism,” Vega wrote.


Newsweek reports:

During a panel event to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) at Columbia University in New York City, Clinton and an unnamed man engaged in a heated exchange that went on for more than three minutes.

The panel discussion, moderated by Clinton, abruptly ground to a halt over the man’s demands that Clinton address his claim that the “idiotic” policies of Biden run the risk of setting off World War III.

While Clinton was talking about international human rights violations with former President of Chile Michelle Bachelet, the man could be heard loudly speaking about “hypocrisy” from the crowd.

“I’m sorry, we have two more people to hear from,” Clinton responded as the man continued to shout. “You have a chance to…well, I’m not sorry. You sit down, and we’re going to let other people talk.”


Despite Clinton attempting to move on with the discussion, the man’s voice got louder as he shouted demands for Clinton to denounce Biden’s “warmongering” speech.

The Washington Examiner added:

Biden addressed the nation from the Oval Office days ago, outlining his plan to seek a $105 billion security aid package for Israel, Taiwan, and Ukraine. The latest supplemental funding request comes as Israel is at war with the Hamas terrorist group when it launched a deadly attack on Oct. 7.

According to Gaza’s Health Ministry, 5,791 people have been killed in Israeli attacks, while nearly half of Gaza’s population has been displaced. As of Tuesday, a Gaza ministry spokesperson said 16,297 have been wounded. Israel officials say over 1,400 people in Israel have been killed, and the military reported about 200 hostages were taken into Gaza.

“The fact of the matter is that the American people’s voice are what needs to be heard because our president is not speaking for the American people and neither are you,” the man said.

“Yeah, they are being heard,” Clinton replied. “Well, that’s your opinion,” she said in response to the audience member saying Biden was not speaking on behalf of the public.

“I’m going to exercise my free speech,” the man said, before Clinton replied, “But it’s not free speech when you are disrupting everybody else’s opportunity to speak.”

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