Hillary Clinton won’t stop trying to inject herself into modern politics. She’s part of the “resistance” now. While the rest of the country is celebrating the Trump administration’s tax reform victory, Clinton turned to Twitter to beg for donations.
Last May CNN reported that: “Hillary Clinton, reentering the political fray months after her 2016 campaign loss, will soon launch a political organization aimed at funding ‘resistance’ groups that are standing up to President Donald Trump.”
On Wednesday Clinton tweeted “Something productive to do with your outrage today” and linked to a donation page for activist group Swing Left. Twitter raked her over the coals. After she sent her desperate tweet, other users began making fun of her cluelessness. Trump’s tax plan has ALREADY seen positive results. Multiple telecommunications companies are giving their employees five-figure raises in celebration.
I’m not mad Fifth Third Bancorp ➡️ $15
I’m not mad Boeing’s investing $300 M
I’m not mad at AT&T’s $1000 bonuses
I’m not mad Wells Fargo ➡️ $15#NotMyPresident
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) December 20, 2017
CNN noted in their profile that Clinton was “particularly fired up” about the resistance. She “identified herself as part of the so-called resistance earlier this week, and that was not in passing. The former secretary of state has been watching groups stand up to Trump from afar…”
Clinton could have retired with dignity. Instead, she’s sullying her reputation by complaining about her loss and trying to ruin Trump. It’s pathetic. The tax reform bill is set to send the U.S. economy soaring, and Clinton wants to focus on raising money for pointless causes.
“I’m now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance,” she bragged.
Clinton’s behaving like a pouting child. She’s angry that she lost the election, and she’s trying to lessen Trump’s victory.
According to CNN: “In an email to supporters and donors, Clinton said… those groups include Swing Left, a grassroots network supporting Democratic House candidates in swing districts; Emerge America, a group urging Democratic women to run for office; Color of Change, a criminal justice reform focused organization; Indivisible, the effort that has spearheaded the protests at congressional town halls across the country; and Run for Something, a group formed by former Clinton campaigns staffers…”
Democrats are furious that tax reform is becoming reality. They hate the new bill. That’s why Clinton wants to deflect the public’s attention from Trump’s accomplishments to whatever activist group she’s currently promoting.
Even Democrats are getting sick of Clinton. Not that she seems to have any clue.
“From the Women’s March to airports across the country where communities are welcoming immigrants and refugees to town hall meetings in every community, Americans are speaking out like never before,” Clinton wrote in an email last May.
“I believe more fiercely than ever that citizen engagement at every level is central to a strong and vibrant democracy… In some cases, we’ll provide direct funding to these organizations. For others, we’ll help amplify their work and do what we can to help them continue to grow their audiences and expand their reach.”
Republicans will struggle in 2018 elections if they don’t come up with a plan to combat the left’s enthusiasm. Clinton is tired-out personally, but her words still resonate with disgruntled leftists. They don’t like her, but they like what she’s saying.
Swing Left, obviously, is pleased with Clinton’s endorsement.
“The #GOPTaxScam is on its way to Trump’s desk to be signed into law. Let that sink in for a minute. Then channel your rage by donating to the opponents of every swing district Republican who voted for it here,” they wrote on Facebook Wednesday.
The left’s agitation is only getting worse. President Trump is not only in charge, he’s already changing history. They painted him as a buffoon, yet he’s proving to be a master. Clinton still has power because Democrats are still angry that she was defeated. Their loss is still rankling their spirit.