EPIC! Clinton Gets Smacked Hard on Twitter for ‘No Individual Too Big To Jail’ Tweet
Talk about clueless. Hillary Clinton tweeted during the debate last night: “There should be no bank too big to fail and no individual too big to jail.” A twitter storm ensued mocking the Hildabeast mercilessly. Tweets flooded in that pointed out that her tweet would include Hillary herself. I don’t think this is what Clinton had in mind. It certainly backfired on her. It’s rich that she would go on about corrupt bankers when they have funded her for years. This is so hypocritical, it is epic.
From the Washington Examiner:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign encountered heavy backlash Sunday night shortly after tweeting a statement made by Clinton during the fourth Democratic primary debate.
“There should be no bank too big to fail and no individual too big to jail,” Clinton told the moderators during the first hour of the debate Sunday.
Within seconds, the remark was tweeted out to the former secretary of state’s five-plus million Twitter followers.
Hillary Clinton has left a virtual trail of scandals and crimes for which she should be held accountable. Many can’t wait for the day when she wears an orange pantsuit behind bars. She talks about imprisoning criminals, when she violates national security left and right and then lies about it. The movie “13 Hours” is a smash hit depicting how she got four Americans murdered in Benghazi and she has the nerve to make a tweet like this. Incredible. As the FBI and the intelligence agencies gather more and more evidence of Hillary’s crimes, she might want to reassess who is too big to jail, because she certainly isn’t.
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