Oops! Hillary campaign scrambles to delete photo after noticing guy’s ‘controversial’ tattoo


Amid all the racial animosity that now defines America under the Obama administration, the Hillary Clinton campaign scrambled to delete a photo of the Democratic presidential contender shaking hands with an apparent white supremacist.

While Hillary was in New Hampshire on Friday, a photo posted to her Twitter account showed her shaking hands with a man outside an ice cream parlor — the unidentified man had a tattoo on the inside of his forearm that read “White.”

The post included a warm, fuzzy quote from the candidate about “connecting with friends.”

Photo Source Gateway Pundit

One of the first to notice the tattoo was Paul Gessler, a reporter at WBFF Fox45 in Baltimore:

And voila, the tweet disappears!

While it’s not known if the man is a white supremacist — the area Clinton was visiting is known for the White Mountains region mountain range — the campaign wasn’t taking any chances.

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But the Internet is forever, as seen above. Here are more takes of the photo:

Photo Source Gateway Pundit


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