As the public starts questioning her on everything from fundraising and tax filings regarding the Clinton Foundation to her text and email techniques, the more controversial issues regarding Benghazi or how the Russians managed to get their hands on weapons-grade uranium, is causing Hillary’s approval rating to plummet just a bit.
Although we are uncertain as to whether a “naive” fan or a disgruntled “hater” created the Twitter hashtag #SaySomethingNiceAboutHillary it seems many people do not understand the definition of “nice”. Many of the tweets going across the “interwebs” carry the same sentiment as these below;
“@lan56789 She never had textual relations with that server”
“@LibertyBelleCJL She’s got Team #Shillary behind her 🙂
“@lindarutter Amazing Uranium Dealer”
There is a glimmer of hope that the new hashtag may still do well for Hillary though, as we did happen to notice a few tweets of support. The question remains; “Will they be enough to salvage this “social media massacre”?
“@Sttbs73 She makes #Republicans lose what little minds they have left.”
“@nhdogmon #HillaryClinton scare the crap out of the Republicans and it’s fantastic.”
“@beerscouts Rick Perry will to wear 3 pairs of glasses to appear as smart as Hillary.”
Although it does seem the scales of favoritism are not on Hillary’s side as the “haters” take a larger portion of the tweet war, we here at Noozsaurus would love to hear your opinions regarding the “Hillary Twitter Gate” incident in the comments below.
Patrick James has worked as a firefighter/EMT for several services throughout the years, as well as a custom metal fabricator, certified personal trainer and chef.
Growing up in the rural suburbs of Detroit, it was during his frequent trips to Northern Michigan where he learned of his love for hunting and fishing. Spending several of his adult years in upstate South Carolina, his love of extreme sports took root in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains as he learned to rock climb and kayak.
“Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and vanish into air.” ~ John Quincy Adams