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Hillary Clinton took time out of her not-so-busy schedule to cheer on a writer at Teen Vogue for her “courage” to speak out on the internet.

Clinton sent Lauren Duca a letter to “applaud” her for “speaking out” on the unfriendly net and the Teen Vogue contributor posted a photo of the letter on Twitter Friday.

“As we know all too well, the Internet is not a friendly place for women, especially those who aren’t afraid to speak their minds and challenge established systems of power,” Clinton wrote.

Liberals and feminists quick to blame the internet for being unfriendly to women are just as quick, it seems, to use the forum to bash President Trump and his family on a regular basis. And they are blind to the hypocrisy.

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“And so I applaud you, and hope you will continue writing and speaking out,” she told the 26 year-old blogger and columnist. “Your voice is so important.”

Writing to Duca was more than likely a calculated move.

Duca’s “voice” has accused President Trump of lying and manipulating American voters in a December Teen Vogue opinion piece. She has also used her “voice” in a tirade in December against Fox News host Tucker Carlson, whom she called a “partisan hack.”

Duca recently also used that “voice” when she thought the idea of the president dying in a plane crash was funny.

And this is the writer Clinton praised for her “poise.”

Many others in the liberal bubble were as ecstatic as Duca’s mother who was “sitting on” the letter for a month before discovering it was from Clinton.

Other Twitter users who were not gushing offered a more sober assessment.

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(H/T: The Hill)

Frieda Powers

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