In an unbelievable twist of irony, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton released a message for International Women’s Day on Snapchat, an app noted for allowing users to send messages, many of them unclothed, that disappear after they’ve been viewed.
The message promoted the not-there.org website, sponsored by the Clinton Foundation, that claims women are “not there yet” in terms of equal nights and equal pay.
— Ashley Codianni (@AshleyCodianni) March 8, 2015
That’s comical, because Hillary Clinton paid female workers 72 cents on the dollar of what she paid men. The Twitterverse predictably saw the hilarity in all of it.
— DanBaum (@DanBaum) March 5, 2015
Hillary’s biggest regret was that Snapchat didn’t exist 5 years ago. Could’ve saved her the trouble of hitting “delete” a thousand times
— John Locke (@Jon_Locke) March 8, 2015
Hillary Clinton may have just discovered snapchat, but we all know Bill’s been on there for years — Ryan Mason (@ryanfmason) March 8, 2015
Re-imagine the Hillary Clinton “scandal” after substituting “email” with “Snapchat”.
— Box (@BoxRadioShow) March 8, 2015
— HuffPostComedy (@HuffPostComedy) March 4, 2015
Hillary Clinton just ruined my day on snapchat — John Nierman (@jnierman3) March 8, 2015
Get off of my Snapchat Hillary
— Kendra (@KendraJadee) March 8, 2015
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