Liberals like Hillary Clinton have no problem with a federal government that has too much control, unless they’re not the ones in control. Look who’s all into states rights now:
A reality of a Supreme Court with a right-wing majority is that the states are a new important front in protecting civil rights—especially the rights of the most vulnerable among us.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 22, 2018
She went on, but you get the point.
Thread: In which Hillary Clinton presents an argument for States Rights. 😳 https://t.co/DEJLHmcLxI
— Hammy ✈ (@e2pilot) October 22, 2018
Just occasionally Clinton can be quite helpful.
Thanks to Trump, Democrats are discovering federalism https://t.co/5TwVQY745Y
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 22, 2018
Look who's reading The Federalist Papers!!! https://t.co/HQazgVpmvB
— madyson hutchinson posey (@madyhutch) October 22, 2018
Well what do ya know! A "States Rights" Democrat!! Never seen that before. https://t.co/XIpO0IIwQ2
— The Major (@saltymarine80) October 22, 2018
— John F.J. Sullivan (@io_saturnalia) October 22, 2018
That time Dems promoted Federalism. Great first step! https://t.co/PDpfSd3pMF
— Cranky Horseface (@StillCrankyAF) October 22, 2018
But don’t worry, Clinton hasn’t lost her trademark self-unawareness, because speaking of the “most vulnerable” among us…
A rare pro-life tweet from Hillary. https://t.co/00TRiKWPXV
— Greg Fann (@greg_fann) October 22, 2018
By vulnerable are you referring to the unborn babies being aborted? https://t.co/Bix1JhNPCX
— Jason Hasson (@Coachhasson) October 22, 2018
The rights of the most vulnerable among us? You mean like babies? https://t.co/yxbAgL1Kum
— H.B. 🇺🇸 (@HBart_76) October 22, 2018
You're worried that inconvenient babies won't be aborted. Tell us more about the most vulnerable. https://t.co/2WxX4ucYCH
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) October 22, 2018
Way to be accidentally pro-life, Hillary!
Obligatory Clinton awakening about states:
Apparently there's one called Wisconsin. https://t.co/ETSEjZOYAg
— Skeletaster 🐉🎲🐺 (@neontaster) October 22, 2018