Hillary talked about civil rights from the most basic like safe water, safe food and air, and safe circulation on the streets to voting rights. She said the debate in Flint will keep a spotlight on the important issues.
Regarding the millennials supporting Sanders: "Elections are about the future... Even though they don't support me, I support them." She said that Bernie's camp doesn't really have a plan. "I do," she affirmed.
"The Supreme Court is right on top of important reasons to vote in this election... I don't know what it is about democracy that the Supreme Court and Republicans are afraid of... This court can undo the progress of more than a century that people voted for, people marched for, people died for and I'm going to make sure that doesn't happen."
One last note with regard to SCOTUS: Hillary, Reverend Al, and Democratic voices in general are reminding people that President Obama was elected in 2012 to a four-year term, not a three-year term. Constitutionally, he is empowered and obliged to make a SCOTUS appointment when a vacancy exists. We all share in extending condolences to Justice Scalia's family, friends, and colleagues. His loss, obviously, creates potential gridlock and stagnation on decisions. Following a respectful period of mourning, the government needs to get on the road and moving again and that includes Supreme Court decisions. We should move ahead with a full court of nine, and President Obama is the person who should nominate a successor. Period.
Obama is president until Jan. 20, 2017. It's his job to nominate a justice, the Senate has a responsibility to vote. pic.twitter.com/nY2f60Yiso— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 14, 2016