While no one has ever accused Hillary of doing much of anything gracefully, recent events have brought that to light more than ever.
I’m talking, of course, about her Twitter account. What did you think I meant?
Rachel Maddow’s now famous Trump 2005 tax return debacle has highlighted beautifully. To re-cap:
- Maddow “found” 2 pages of a tax return and informed the US that she had a BIG REVEAL for them.
- Someone at MSNBC contacted the White House to confirm that it was indeed authentic.
- The White House promptly released the return publicly before Maddow could. ‘Cause that’s just how they roll.
- Maddow’s “big reveal” turned out to be a big slow motion show of her career imploding.
Now that you’re all caught up, let’s take a look at this tweet from Hillary back in November. And of course, I’ll have to show you a few of the replies.
"About half of the people he wants to deport—they’ve paid more taxes than Donald Trump has paid.” —Hillary in Arizona
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 3, 2016
There are now lots of very embarrassingly wrong Hillary Tweets https://t.co/2VvBggexOG
— (((Fusilli Spock))) (@awstar11) March 15, 2017
This tweet did not age well. https://t.co/VaVShFOppS
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) March 15, 2017
No sir, it did not.
I realize that it’s in bad taste to rejoice when you see someone fail, but these are the days when bad taste starts to look like an aquired taste.
If I could send one message to Mrs. Clinton it would be this:
I wish you the sense to know when to quit, the blessing of a retirement that is sweet (and permanent) and skin and hair that age better than your social media.