Chelsea who? Oh right, she’s the daughter of that woman who couldn’t beat the most unpopular GOP candidate in modern history.
Gosh, we sort of forgot about her, which is probably why The Hill made sure to do their part and keep her relevant.
— The Hill (@thehill) May 27, 2018
The hypocrisy of a Clinton lecturing anyone about what it means to be an American is probably lost on her.
From The Hill:
“Now I’ve come to feel differently, because I think that the way that our president and many people around him have not only mainstreamed hate, but mainlined it, is so deeply dangerous,” she said, before citing reports of children using Trump’s words to bully other children.
Clinton added that people used to focus on tolerance instead of standing up against instances of hatred, like casual misogyny.
“We have freedom of speech, which I do think is hugely important – and yet people thought you couldn’t dispute hateful things, because they’re like – well, it’s freedom of speech. Well, freedom of speech doesn’t mean there is freedom of consequences,” Clinton said.
Maybe she should stop eating spinach pancakes, just sayin’.
Why are we apparently supposed to care what Chelsea Clinton thinks about anything? https://t.co/9xNxjxrZfD
— Andrea Ruth (@AndreaNRuth) May 27, 2018
Don’t look at us, we just work here.
Hmmmmm so lying, stealing, cheating, cigars & interns is what @ChelseaClinton thinks being an American is all about ? she’s either brazen or stupid
— Karen Walker (@walkerkpt) May 27, 2018
She appears to be unaware who her parents are.
— Keith Burton (@bbeekk321) May 27, 2018
Her mom lost, she’s still bitter
— Robert Hoover (@_RobertHoover) May 27, 2018
Not only did her mom LOSE, but she lost to Donald Trump.
Seems like Chelsea Clinton struggles with the concept of free speech. And what it means to be American for that matter.
— Jonathan Profitt (@jonprof) May 27, 2018
Being an American means we shouldn't have to listen to the warblings from the daughter of a former president, as she's just a schmucky citizen like the rest of us. Right? Isn't that what being an American means?
— Chris Campion (@ChrisCampion67) May 27, 2018
Being an American means she has the right to say really stupid stuff, and she should be able to say these things. But that doesn’t mean we have to listen or pay attention to her.
God bless America.