Hillary Uses America's Pandemic to Strike at Trump, the Internet Lands on Her Like a Piano in a Cartoon

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers Hunter College’s commencement address, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

 

 

There’s a saying about sore losers, but one person who’s surely never heard it is Hillary R. Clinton.

For some reason, the 72-year-old looks to believe that the more and longer she rages against the guy who beat her — nearly four years ago — the cooler it is.

Hence, she’s chiming in on the coronavirus issue and guess what? She’s saying Trump stinks.

Here’s her contribution:

Did Trump personally pass the virus to everyone?

Oh, well. They say 40’s the new 30.

Is 72 the new 5?

Twitter responded, and it wasn’t all positive:

At least one user agreed with her:

These people didn’t:

 

And apparently, she’s turned off a couple of fans:

ForAmerica had something to say:

There was even this:

Back to the notion of deleting her account, Dan Crenshaw felt similarly:

Dana Loesch commented as well:

Here’s a question: Do things like this help the GOP?

New York Times best-selling author and former Director of White House Message Strategy Cliff Sims believes so:

I’m really surprised she’s still taking stabs at the President. Not only does it make her seem unable to move past the year 2016, but I don’t believe Trump gives two flips about what she has to say. In other words, I don’t believe she can hurt him; all she can do, at this point, is hurt the way she appears.

But maybe I’m wrong.

What do you think? Let us all know in the Comments section.

-ALEX

 

See a few more pieces from me:

Hillary Clinton: Trump’s ‘an Illegitimate President’ and ‘Obsessed with Me’

Reminding Us ‘What Happened’: Hillary’s (Latest) Ridiculous Claim of Democratic Crisis Under Trump

Hillary Plops Out Another: She was Robbed of Her Rightful Presidency by Hacking 10-Year-Old Children

Don Jr. Busts Hillary on Her SARS Lie From the Latest Anti-Trump Interview

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