You people might not find a lot to love about Hillary Clinton, but maybe all you need to do is open your mind:
Oh, it’s real, all right:
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) November 3, 2016
Could it be because the person who wrote that piece is out of her ever-loving mind?
We do not see, often enough, the people who love Hillary Clinton, who support her because of her qualifications rather than because of her unqualified opponent, who empathize with her. Yet millions of Americans, women and men, love her intelligence, her industriousness, her grit; they feel loyal to her, they will vote with enthusiasm for her.
Human beings change as they grow, but a person’s history speaks to who she is. There are millions who admire the tapestry of Hillary Clinton’s past: the first-ever student commencement speaker at Wellesley speaking boldly about making the impossible possible, the Yale law student interested in the rights of migrant farmworkers, the lawyer working with the Children’s Defense Fund, the first lady trying to make health care accessible for all Americans.
There are people who love how cleanly she slices through policy layers, how thoroughly she digests the small print. They remember that she won two terms to the United States Senate, where she was not only well-regarded but was known to get along with Republicans. They have confidence in her. There are people who rage at the media on her behalf, who see the coverage she too often receives as unfair. There are people who in a quiet, human way wish her well. There are people who, when Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman to be president of the United States, will weep from joy.
It gets better (i.e. worse) from there. So read it at your own risk.
— A.M. Juster (@amjuster) November 3, 2016
…the hell? https://t.co/S9owvukZY7
— jon gabriel (@exjon) November 3, 2016
can I get some of that crack yall are smoking?
— OhioGanja (@OhioGanja) November 3, 2016
— Mike Bushnell (@bushnellmike) November 3, 2016
— Mickey Mouth ? (@MickeyMouth1) November 3, 2016
— DallenH ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@d_allen_h) November 3, 2016
huh? Is this an onion article?
— 0.0 GPA (@drgonzo777) November 3, 2016
It really sounds like one, doesn’t it?
This piece reads much better in the original Korean (Pyongyang dialect)https://t.co/Czs6VjvcZe
— John Schindler (@20committee) November 3, 2016
What world is this in https://t.co/q8eG9ell1k
— Thankful Muppet Energy (Sunny) (@sunnyright) November 3, 2016
it's literally an alternate reality
— Cory C ن (@CarmCory) November 3, 2016
Delete your account.
— Patchouli Jim (@PatchouliJim) November 3, 2016