Hillary’s stupid attempt at humor . . . her own 3 AM tweets

The Hillary Clinton campaign responded to Donald Trump‘s 3 a.m. series of tweets by unleashing its own — also at 3 a.m.

Although they weren’t personally signed by her with an “H,” the juvenile rant had to have been done with her knowledge — and permission.

Her team began with a statement about “national service.

The time 3 a.m. is significant. During her 2008 presidential bid, her campaign ran an ad implying that she would be the best candidate to answer a 3 a.m. White House phone call when “something is happening in the world.”

But as one person noted, she couldn’t be bothered answering the call when she served as secretary of state.

Yet, Benghazi continues to be a non-issue with Democrats and mainstream media outlets.

Clinton’s staff continued:

Where was her staff headed with all of this? We got a hint on the next tweet, which appeared to mock Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”

But they really lost it in their final tweet, making use of Clinton’s own campaign slogan, “Stronger Together.”

“Stronger together?” Do they really want to go there? They asked for it, they got it. There could be no better response than “comically incorrect” political cartoonist A.F. Branco’s depiction of “stronger together.”

Perfect. All Clinton needs are friendly media outlets to help her atop the mounds of scandals associated with her and her campaign.


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