Man is this a joke: #IvotedforHillaryClinton trending amid rising tensions with Iran

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    N2Doc
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    The hashtag “#IvotedforHillaryClinton” trended on Twitter Wednesday, the morning after Iran claimed responsibility for missiles hitting U.S. bases in Iraq.

    Many Twitter users who voted for the former secretary of State claimed they foresaw much of Trump’s foreign policy decisions.

    “My conscience is clean” one Clinton supporter’s tweet read. “ I saw the danger of trump. I begged folks especially Berniebros that if they threw away their vote, they were putting this country in mortal danger. I was part of 94% of Black women who  didn’t fall for Russia propaganda because  #IvotedforHillaryClinton”

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    https://thehill.com/briefingroom-blogroll/477311-ivotedforhillaryclinton-trending-amid-rising-tensions-with-iran

    So much fail going on    smh

  • #248075

    djean111
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    Golly – who would start something like this?  Exalting Ms. War and Death and taking a shot at Bernie.  Gee, who could that be?

    IMO the first, second, third, and fourth things the DNC thought of when this occurred – was how do we use this to our advantage and also smear Bernie?  Surprised Putin has not been blamed yet.

    I will not vote for a Vichy Dem. Period. As always, I decide who is a Vichy Dem.

    Bernie's ISSUES or Bust!

    • #248125

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      Huge plus one!

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #248077

    mrdmk
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    Hilary Clinton was following the script written by the WarHark Neocons

    Face Plant Fail — Idiots

    If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields

  • #248083

    closeupready
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    I did, too, but if I could do it over, I’d have voted for someone else.

    She is a horribly corrupt woman.  In so many ways.  Countless.

    The opinions and personal views expressed herein are solely those of the author, and should never be taken seriously.

  • #248089

    Ohio Barbarian
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    Rehash. Same old same old bullshit in a different form. Blaming Bernie because their warmonger lost to a buffoon who was so stupid he didn’t know he was a warmonger yet.

    Here’s a little refresher for those pathetic Hillbots and Democratic Party loyalists. Hillary said during the general election campaign that she would impose a no fly zone on Syria, which would have meant bombing Russian air defenses and shooting down Russian planes. And now her idiotic fans are saying she was a peace candidate and it’s the fault of progressives that Trump has taken us to at least the brink of war?

    They can kiss my ass.

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    • #248127

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      Hillary was no peace candidate. Fuckers!

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #248094

    bazukhov
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    I voted for Jill Stein.  We still got Trump.

    Tell me, great captain, how do the angels sleep when the devil leaves his porch light on? Tom Waites

    • #248129

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      Me too. I voted for Jill. I would do it again.

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

      • #248135

        MizzGrizz
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        Proud of my Jill Stein vote.If Hillary were President we’d have long ago had a shooting war with Iran.

      • #248138

        The Red Menace
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        Voted for Gloria La Riva, myself, and yeah. Given the options, would totally fuckin’ do it again.

        I wish people would get it through their head that elections aren’t fucking binary.

  • #248097

    Satan
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    Seriously….

    I didn't refuse to vote for Hillary Clinton because any goddamned Russian told me to. I refused to vote for her because she is a warmongering, election stealing, Goldman Sachs fellating, Republican WHORE. No offense to sex workers.

    • #248131

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      A Hillary presidency would have been tragic.

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #248111

    NV Wino
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    And you can guess another site where this is trending. 😏

    “As we act, let us not become the evil that we deplore.” Barbara Lee
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    • #248132

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      Yup. The evil SV.

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

  • #248113

    RufusTFirefly
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    Further proof that the DINOs have learned absolutely nothing. It’s pretty maddening. And depressing.

    #IvotedforJillStein

  • #248116

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    Da F? The only difference is a year or so.  I think she would have gotten in to it sooner.  She ran on a very Interventionist Foreign Policy unlike Trump.

    Unlike Trump, she would not have had to wait a few years to be belligerent.

    This is what happens when we’re not given a choice on an actual Peace candidate.  Trump actually ran promising fewer foreign wars.  Of course he’s a liar.

    • #248134

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      I was thinking the same—she would have gotten to it sooner.

      I would like to remind you that U.S. health insurance companies do not contribute anything to health care. They are only a PARASITIC middle man receiving an undeserved cut of "FREE MONEY".

      Me

      • #248437

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        @enthusiast Exactly!  She would have come up with more excuses first, and gave more of a run-up for it.  Not just create a major international incident, and then let the rest of the folks catch-up.

        Ok, what I will give Hillary though, is that she would have probably been able to create more of a coalition with other countries.  She would have at least been able to get some European allies to play along first, before such an action.

  • #248117

    game meat
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    Must be one of those bots we’ve been hearing about. heh. Semi-serious.

    Nothing but a mishmash of hillbotian cliches. There’s the fawning hrc admiration pushed to the point of idolatry, the unironic bernie bro reference, the black woman!!! black woman!!!, muh Russian propaganda, and the overall tone self-satisfied smugness.

    Very algorithmic.

  • #248128

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    You mean the psychopath who vowed to “obliterate” Iran?

    Who in 2008, literally endorsed Republican Candidate John “Bomb, Bomb iran” McCain’s foreign policy over Barack Obama’s?

    Who in 2012, after being fired from SecState, joined with Republicans in vilifying and opposing the Iran nuclear deal?

    Who throughout 2003-2016, stood by her pro-war vote against Iraq?

    Who in 2011+ supported war against Syria as a way to “intimidate” Iran?

    Let me be real clear. These positions (along with her 2008 racism against Obama) are what cost her my vote in 2016. I DID NOT vote for Hillary Clinton. If I could go back and do it again, I’d still not give her my vote. If she ever runs for anything again, still not voting for her. She’s a bag of trash on the same heap as Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney.

  • #248133

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    I suspect that David Brock has entered the 21st century. Don’t be surprised to find out that 100,000 accounts have been created today and all of them are “black women who were proud to not have been fooled by Russian propaganda like the Berniebros”.

  • #248142

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    If Hillary was the President, then there would have been no chance of de-escalation.   Both the MSM and the neo-cons would have been egging her on and the democrats would have been silent.  Now, we have the democrats and the “Resistance” opposing the war and the MSM carrying the same news since they really do hate Trump.

  • #248205

    sadoldgirl
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    Well, I will say that much for HRC: While she would have done the same

    or worse, she would have created (unsubstantiated) more believable

    evidence to justify her action. These idiots now have no leg to

    stand on.

  • #248206

    chknltl
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    Can’t we offer to send her to Iran as an ambassador or as a peace offering?

    • #248438

      Ohio Barbarian
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      @chknltl There are still Zoroastrians in Iran. Maybe they could sacrifice Her to Ahriman or something. Or maybe they’re still some of those old Babylonian demons in Iraq. @satan, any suggestions?

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  • #248251

    B Calm
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    “#IvotedforHillaryClinton”  is probably a Russian!

     

    BERNIE OR BUST 2020

  • #248366

    ronRonnie1
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    Hillarybots are the scum of the earth.

  • #248373

    Babel 17
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    #BrownLivesDon’tMatter

    https://www.usaid.gov/crisis/libya

    Key Developments
    The number of internally displaced persons in Libya increased from approximately 268,600 people in June to more than 301,400 people in August, primarily due to ongoing conflict in and near Libya’s capital of Tripoli, as well as heavy rains and resultant flooding between late May and early June in Ghat District. The violence in Tripoli has led to the death of at least 111 civilians and displaced more than 128,000 people since fighting began in early April.

    An eruption of violence in and near Murzuq city, located approximately 480 miles south of Tripoli, resulted in at least 90 civilian deaths and displaced an additional 26,500 individuals in Libya in mid-to-late August, according to the International Organization for Migration.

    In fiscal year 2019, the U.S. Government provided nearly $31.3 million to address the humanitarian needs of conflict-affected populations throughout Libya. The funding, provided through USAID and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, supports health; protection; shelter; water, sanitation, and hygiene; and other programs for vulnerable populations.

    Background
    Since 2011, escalating armed conflict, civil unrest, and political instability in Libya have adversely affected an estimated 2.4 million people—approximately 40 percent of the population—and internally displaced more than 484,000 people. An estimated 47 percent of displaced persons have since returned to areas of origin. Conflict and poor economic conditions continue to drive displacement and humanitarian need, while Libya’s public infrastructure has sustained substantial damage and the country’s economy has collapsed, leading to shortages of basic household goods. Health services, in particular, have been adversely affected, with a substantial proportion of health facilities only partially operational or closed. Although local and international humanitarian stakeholders continue to implement emergency relief operations, humanitarian access is limited in many areas due to conflict. Given these conditions, hundreds of thousands of Libyan civilians do not have access to basic services, including life-saving health care, food, safe drinking water, and shelter. On November 16, 2016, U.S. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde issued a disaster declaration for Libya due to the effects of the ongoing complex emergency and lack of local capacity to effectively address the humanitarian needs of vulnerable populations affected by conflict.

    https://www.tulsi2020.com/

  • #248469

    chknltl
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    I see that hashtag as a badge of stupid.

    It is no different than boasting that you voted for Trump.

    MAGA hat/ HAGA* hat? How is one supporter wearing such visual proof appear less stupid than the other?

    I would only look less silly if I started the hashtag: IvotedforBigfoot

    *Hmmm…HAGA…Herself And Greedy Americans?

  • #248543

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    One of the best feelings I felt in 2016 was when I walked out of the voting booth knowing I voted for Jill Stein and not Hillary Clinton.

    All governments lie to their citizen's, but only Americans believe theirs.

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