It’s been said you can judge a person by the company they keep, and in the case of Hillary Clinton, that’s pretty frightening.
Where to even start? Her husband? The tyrannic Gulf States that have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation? Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the woman who stepped down from the DNC among ethics concerns – and was immediately hired by Hillary? Donna Brazile – the woman who replaced Debbie, and was fired by CNN for leaking multiple questions to Hillary prior to her town hall with Bernie Sanders? The list could go on – but I’d run out of space.
Speaking of the people she surrounds herself with, will she run the country as well as she runs her campaign? Because if that’s the case, we’re headed into the toilet.
Her PR team is perhaps the least aware group of people I’ve ever seen on my Twitter feed. Just last week she wished herself a happy birthday on Twitter, earning herself an endless supply of mockery, and she just topped that.
Happy birthday to this future president. pic.twitter.com/JT3HiBjYdj
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 26, 2016
The polls show that most don’t like – or trust Hillary Clinton, and even her PR team is coming to grips with reality, apparently.
A guide to help you make your choice for president. https://t.co/QzK7XZYmJW
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 31, 2016
The headline reads “How to Choose Between the Most Corrupt, Least Popular Candidates of All Time.” While the article itself is extremely biased against Trump, downplaying her email scandal (as if it was her only scandal), the fact that an article posted from her Twitter account with such a headline enticed some hilarious responses.
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) October 31, 2016
Ck out the title o what Clinton just tweeted
Choosing betw "the Most Corrupt, Least Popular Candidates of All Time" pic.twitter.com/MsYZS47pZ2
— Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) October 31, 2016
Wait. This tweet actually happened? pic.twitter.com/HiNA9qsp5f
— Ben (@BenHowe) October 31, 2016
I guess on the bright side admitting that there’s a problem is the first step towards changing… but I don’t expect that from Hillary.
[Note: This post was authored by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]