‘We remember’: Hillary ripped for sharing Veteran’s Day message with worst picture imaginable

If there was an award for “Most Tone-Deaf Tweet Ever”, one would have a hard time finding anything to beat out Hillary Clinton’s Veteran’s Day message.

While holidays celebrating those who have fought for our freedoms should forever remain non-partisan, it’s hard not to point and laugh at how shameless some people are.

Take Clinton, for example, who posted this photo along with an admittedly touching caption:

For those still confused, the picture is from Clinton’s infamous trip to Bosnia in 1996. The very trip she lied about, claiming she had landed “under sniper fire.”

A lie so obvious that it was even fact-checked by PolitiFact, which was forced to admit that former President Donald Trump was right.

“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”

But that’s not what happened, as demonstrated by CBS News video that shows Clinton arriving on the tarmac under no visible duress, and greeting a child who offers her a copy of a poem.

Twitter users were only too eager to pounce:


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