Hillary Clinton doesn’t want voters to ask “what happened” on Wednesday.
The twice failed Democratic presidential candidate couldn’t get out of her own way in a clueless tweet about the morning after midterm elections.
“When you wake up Wednesday morning, will you know that you’ve done all you could have?” Clinton asked Monday.
When you wake up Wednesday morning, will you know that you’ve done all you could have?
There’s still time to:
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 5, 2018
The former secretary of state then suggested some options: “Talk to friends in swing districts,” “Make calls or texts” and even “Knock on doors near you.”
Conspicuously missing is making sure not to snub voters or take them for granted if you are a candidate running for the highest office in the land.
Seems no one would know better about not having “done all you could have” than Clinton who infamously ignored Wisconsin in her presidential campaign itinerary. President Donald Trump defeated Clinton in Wisconsin by less than one percentage point, making him the first Republican to take the state since former President Ronald Reagan in 1984.
This tidbit made Clinton’s Election eve tweet even more worthy of mockery as Twitter users marveled at her amazing lack of self-awareness. It also backfired in a spectacular way as it served as a platform to “Vote Red!”
Almost every tweet from Hillary Clinton can be answered with, “LOL WISCONSIN!” https://t.co/FGsO7DRBuW
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) November 5, 2018
Go to Wisconsin? https://t.co/3mM9kZQo6U
— Susan of Texas (@SusanofTexas) November 5, 2018
It will be like waking up November 9th,2016
— AtomicRoach (@atomic_roach) November 5, 2018
“It ain’t over til it’s over” I❤️Polls! pic.twitter.com/GIOiQavKZV
— Ward D. Lyon (@wdlyon) November 5, 2018
no worries we will wake-up happy and safe because we had the courage to #WalkAwayDemocrats2018! what will you be doing? probably writing the sequel to What Happened
— AlexandraAnne (@AlexandraAnne72) November 5, 2018
Is there still time to make it to Wisconsin?
— Michael Lewis (@MichaelLewis73) November 5, 2018
— Debra Chisholm (@DebraChisholm2) November 5, 2018
Yes, I thought I had done all I could when I voted for President Trump, but now I see I can do more voting straight red this time, which I’ve never done, against the party of evil??♂️???♂️
— Brett Bargdill Sr (@bargdillb) November 5, 2018
Thx for reminding me to vote ALL Republican tomorrow ??
— hdfasteddie (@hdfasteddie) November 5, 2018
When we wake up Wednesday morning you will still not be President.
— GJ Bassman (@BassmanGJ) November 5, 2018
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