Hillary Clinton came out of hiding for a few minutes to post a Snapchat video urging her comrades to “resist” on International Women’s Day.
Wearing a red coat indoors on a warm Wednesday, Clinton debuted a new bob haircut as she encouraged leftists to continue protesting President Trump. Clinton wrote: “Stand up. Resist. Run for office.”
Scores of liberal women took the day off from work to participate in protests and marches around the country. Billionaire George Soros gave $246 million to 100 anti-Trump groups behind Wednesday’s “Day Without a Woman” protest, according to the Media Research Center.
Clinton on Snapchat: "stand up, resist" pic.twitter.com/np4Q0xynzR
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) March 9, 2017
Here’s another shot of Hillary’s new haircut.
— Joshua Hoyos (@JoshuaHoyos) March 9, 2017
To prove that the scales still have not fallen off their eyes, libs actually complimented Hillary’s unflattering new ‘do.
One woman couldn’t contain her excitement over Clinton’s Snapchat video, Twitchy noted.
Cool Hillary's Snapchat I'm literally gonna kill myself
— ? laura ? (@laurajoycex) March 9, 2017
Others on Twitter reacted with the usual mix of snark and deadpan sass.
— Joecephus (@_joecephus) March 9, 2017
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) March 9, 2017
@BreitbartNews She's lost her mind she looks psychotic ???
— Proud Texan (@Raquelm496) March 9, 2017
Several people pointed out that Hillary supporters are experts at “resistance.”
Hillary knows resistance. Voters have resisted her Presidency 2 times now. ?
— Jack Handey (@SheerLevity) March 9, 2017
@allahpundit she's right. It's time to resist the nonstop protests.
— Alex Ward (@poolboy88) March 9, 2017
Then, there’s this:
— Pardon Assange (@MalyndaNyc) March 9, 2017
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