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Hillary Clinton’s ‘made in China’ tweet calls POTUS a racist in COVID-19 crisis

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Hillary Clinton proved her amazing lack of self-awareness once again as she used the coronavirus crisis to take a partisan shot at President Donald Trump.

The failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee blasted Trump in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic in a tweet accusing him of “turning to racist rhetoric,” and was quickly torched for her rant.

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“The president is turning to racist rhetoric to distract from his failures to take the coronavirus seriously early on, make tests widely available, and adequately prepare the country for a period of crisis,” Clinton tweeted.

“Don’t fall for it. Don’t let your friends and family fall for it,” she added.

As the president and his administration have been working to reassure Americans, calm fears and handle the outbreak, liberal critics in the media and government have continued to feed the panic while they hammer him on his response.

Clinton has repeatedly joined the attacks on Trump even as some Hollywood celebrities have taken to social media to call for solidarity and calm. Lawmakers like New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo – who has been a vocal critic of the president – reached out to put politics aside, saying the president is “doing what he has to do and I respect him for it.”

Even at CNN, Trump was praised by Dana Bash who said his tone at a recent press briefing was “remarkable.”

But Clinton’s tweet bashing Trump backfired in a big way as the former secretary of state was slammed on Twitter for her divisive attack and for simply not going away.

Many called Clinton out for “pandering” to China, as its communist government has denied the disease originated in Wuhan, pushing a conspiracy theory that it was brought to the country by the U.S. military.

Frieda Powers


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