Angry Hillary Snaps At Critics: No One Ever Told A Man Who Lost An Election To ‘Go Away’
Dear Hillary, No man who ever lost an election continued to whine and whine about it over a year later. You lost get over it already. The American People spoke and they want nothing to do with you. So go away… Got it?
Hillary Clinton: “I was really struck by how people said that to me – you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason – mostly, ‘Go away, go away.”
Because NO MAN cried about it for over a year after they lost! Hillary Clinton fires back at critics: No one told a man who lost an election to shut up https://t.co/aUriw6uhQw
— TrishT #MAGA (@vulcanbomber2) March 30, 2018
Hillary Clinton is striking back at critics telling her to “shut up” following her 2016 loss, saying, “They never said that to any man who was not elected.”
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“I was really struck by how people said that to me – you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason – mostly, ‘Go away, go away,’” Clinton said Thursday during an event at Rutgers University.
“And I had one of the young people who works for me go back and do a bit of research. They never said that to any man who was not elected. I was kind of struck by that,” Clinton said.
Clinton’s remarks came in response to a question from Eagleton Institute of Politics’ director Ruth Mandel about the former Democratic presidential nominee’s reaction to those who say she should “get off the public stage and shut up.”
“I’m really glad that, you know, Al Gore didn’t stop talking about climate change,” Clinton said to applause. More
You need to Hillary. We’re tired of your complaining, which has gone over two years. Maybe you should’ve ran a better campaign and not called half the country Deplorable’s. To add your whining and lying and with fake news create a “Muh Russia” witch hunt. https://t.co/GPSB1boPkB
— Paul Lee (@PaulLee85) March 30, 2018
— pastor’s wife (@coachrebeccamoo) March 30, 2018
Is there a “pulling out your hair” emoji?
I’ll say it again…
Blaming all criticism on misogyny is unproductive and undermines the real and prevalent problem of sexism. Please stop.https://t.co/NbkjvVOHMr
— #NetNeutrality (@RosettaDrone) March 30, 2018