After she finally emerged from hiding in a New York hotel to deliver her concession speech, Hillary Clinton seemed to vanish just as quickly. Her highest-profile appearance after that historic event was a totally chance encounter with a supporter in the woods of Chappaqua, who posted a selfie of herself and Hillary out on a hike.
That wasn’t the last sighting of Hillary Clinton in the woods by a long shot. In fact, just days ago, Twitter made Clinton sightings in the wild a “Moment.”
It appears the chance of running into Hillary during a hike in the woods or during a trip to the grocery store is almost as good as the chance the New York Times would embarrass itself with some over-the-top analysis of the Democrat candidate before she reverted completely to a feral beast.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 3, 2016
@nytimes A "folk hero". Yeah, okay.
— Luke Savage (@LukewSavage) December 3, 2016
And there you have it: Hillary Clinton is a new folk hero comfortably dressed as a suburban retiree.
@nytimes "Folk hero?" Hahahahahahaha…Bwahahahahah…! No.
— Edward Suarez (@EdwardMSuarez) December 3, 2016
I just rolled my eyes so hard I could see my own brain. https://t.co/t6tc89NmCl
— neontaster (@neontaster) December 3, 2016
@nytimes Because when Americans think of "folk hero," they think of a millionaire shopping in Westchester County ?
— Bullneck (@Bullneck) December 3, 2016
@nytimes yeah sure, she goes for groceries and hikes alone just like everybody else. fake news confirmed.
— Mihai Turcanu (@MihaiTurcanu) December 3, 2016
@nytimes "Folk Hero". More like Fake News.
— mediacritic (@mediacritik) December 3, 2016
@nytimes This is what fake news looks like.
— David (@daddy4ny1) December 3, 2016
@nytimes this is a joke, right? Is this the "fake news" I keep hearing about? Oh I get it now.
— Boog the Deplorable (@boogtek) December 3, 2016
— American Deplorable (@CISLORD_SCUM) December 3, 2016
— Bumpuddle (@bumpuddle) December 3, 2016
@nytimes as long as she isn't president I'm fine with this.
— Kurly Q (@Kurly_Qs) December 3, 2016
@nytimes ?? She's FOLKSY, y'all! Just a regular Johhny Appleseed, we swear! ??
Never change, failing NYT, never change.
— KeepCalmAndDrawl (@FormerlyFormer) December 3, 2016
@nytimes You guys are trying way to hard.
— Deplorable Sith (@kcjonesxl) December 3, 2016
@nytimes You forgot 2 mention that folk heroes are usually not gazillionaires who got rich by being "public servants." Shark? Jumped. AGAIN.
— Natasha Fatale (@N_Fatale) December 3, 2016
@nytimes Just letting you know stupid shit like this is the reason for the 96% 3rd quarter profit loss
— Jacques Saunière (@SneakEFC) December 3, 2016
Can't believe people boo the press. https://t.co/sPAAEalh20
— jon gabriel (@exjon) December 3, 2016
— russ strickland (@nsrrder13) December 3, 2016
@nytimes jesus christ, give it up already. NO ONE cares, except the safety pin, blankie hugging zombie-bait.
— Laurel (@vwoman8) December 3, 2016
@nytimes I think I should be up for the next folk hero piece you run:
✅I grocery shop
✅I wear comfy pants there
✅I have coughing fits
— Pushbot (@HanShotThird) December 3, 2016
Meanwhile, in Kansas:
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) December 3, 2016