Hilarious: Chelsea Tweets About ‘Moms In Prison…’ Twitter Hits Back Hard!
Chelsea Clinton should just stop tweeting, every time she does she ends up putting her foot in her mouth…
It is just amazing to see how tone deaf Clinton 2.0 really is. She couldn’t see the irony of her posting about that subject, tells us everything we need to know about what is between her ears.
TB: Chelsea Clinton was widely mocked on Twitter Saturday after tweeting a link about a Girl Scouts program that helps children, whose mothers are in prison, have regular visits with their mothers.
Inside a Girl Scout Program That Brings Kids to Prison to See Their Moms https://t.co/I4SV5ZoyDw
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) August 5, 2017
The Time Magazine story profiles a Girl Scout troop, Troop 1500, based in Austin, Texas. On the third Saturday of each month, they take a two hour trip to a prison where many of the young girl’s mothers are incarcerated.
While there, the young girls and their mothers are able to spend quality time together in a room that resembles a classroom more than it does a prison.
The program has been dubbed “Girl Scouts Beyond Bars” and it began in Maryland in 1992, according to Time. Although it’s not clear how many families the program has helped over the years, Time reported that more than 150 young girls in the Lone Star State have benefited from the program, which also offers counseling to the young girls. More
Will they be bringing you to visit YOUR mother when she's in prison, Chelsea? pic.twitter.com/oAQXdI6PgW
— Baglady (@fubaglady) August 6, 2017
— Gods Warrior 4 Kids (@GodsKidWarriors) August 6, 2017
Preparing your moms room? pic.twitter.com/uoAtTvexEq
— Puppet String News (@NewsPuppet) August 5, 2017
Where all bad mothers belong pic.twitter.com/OtS9Fj3V6C
— JohnBCool (@JohnBCool) August 5, 2017
Thank GOD THIS is all that remains of the Clinton DYNASTY………. pic.twitter.com/IPTEdAbshK
— Joel S. Weinberger (@BearoftheSouth) August 5, 2017
I'm sure Hillary will be glad to see you when go visit her there.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) August 5, 2017