As we reported earlier, Hillary Clinton offered up some shameless “gems” during Monday night’s presidential debate with Donald Trump. And then she said this:
"Words matter when you run for president and when you are president."—Hillary Clinton #Debates2016
— Forbes (@Forbes) September 27, 2016
Bless her heart. Boy, did THAT backfire!
Hillary says "words matter." Like "red line"?
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) September 27, 2016
Also, “YouTube video.” And I’m a little bit confused; What happened to “what difference does it make,” Hillary? Twitter users swiftly fired back at Hillary Clinton
The fact that Hillary can use the phrase "words matter" and not be struck by lightning is making me seriously question my faith.
— ⚾️ BostonWriter ⚾️ (@bostonwriter) September 27, 2016
— Rose Carol (@RoseCarol3) September 27, 2016
Hillary just said that words matter, and not actions, she just nailed herself in her own political coffin, and she is hilarious. #truth
— William Stewart (@Bill381987) September 27, 2016
Words matter Hillary??? Basket of Deplorables?? You are a fake, phony Liar!! #debate
— Susan❤ UnitedWeStand (@GaetaSusan) September 27, 2016
Hillary: words matter when you run for President, except for words like "deplorable" and "irredeemable"
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) September 27, 2016
And that was just the tip of the iceberg!
Well, it got even worse. You see, Hillary Clinton just tweeted this:
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 27, 2016
What she shared highlights this:
She reassured our allies that America’s word is good—and reminded Trump that words matter:
“Let me start by saying, words matter. Words matter when you run for president, and they really matter when you are president, and I want to reassure our allies in Japan and South Korea and elsewhere that we have mutual defense treaties, and we will honor them …”
Um, sweetie? Why are you repeating and highlighting an absurd remark? Geez Louise, that is embarrassing. Back for more, Mrs. Clinton? I’m sure Twitter will happily oblige.
P.S. Thanks in advance for the sure-to-come giggles.