Hillary reacts to Trump indictment with shockingly audacious merch ad that sets Twitter abuzz

Failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to gloat about the indictment of her hated enemy, former President Donald J. Trump with a reminder of her own experiences with the mishandling of classified information.

On Friday, Clinton trolled the man who in 2016 wiped away her sense of entitlement much as she had wiped away the evidence of her own crimes, using BleachBit to cleanse potentially incriminating emails from her private server, and to make a few bucks while cleaning some old merchandise out of the stock closets in the process.

The former first lady, senator, and secretary of state posted a picture of herself wearing the ‘BUT HER EMAILS’ ballcap that she had initially hawked last Valentine’s Day after The New York Times’s Maggie Haberman first broke the story about Trump allegedly flushing documents down White House toilets that started the ball rolling to Special Counsel Jack Smith’s indictment of the man who denied her a historic presidency.

“Bringing this back in light of recent news,” Hillary wrote. “Get a limited-edition But Her Emails hat and support @onwardtogether groups working to strengthen our democracy,” Onward Together is Clinton’s organization that “works for a fairer, more inclusive, democratic America,” according to its website.

Unlike Trump, federal law enforcement authorities stood down with their investigation into her own violations of the same laws that Trump has been charged with breaking, not to mention the potential national security implications of circumventing secure government systems to conduct business in secret.

“The hubris of knowing you violated the same laws Trump is being accused of breaking… and gloating about getting away with it… is egregious even for you,” replied one Twitter user.


Others piled on with their own shots at the embittered sore loser’s boasting:

Last September, constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley argued that Mrs. Clinton’s taunting behavior, especially hawking swag like her silly $30 “But Her Emails” ballcaps will represent a serious image problem for a DOJ that is already hemorrhaging credibility if it confirmed that there is truly a two-tiered system of justice in America, one for protected Democrats and the other for their political enemies, by charging Trump.

“Garland may be able to make a case against Trump and show that it is indeed distinguishable from the Clinton case and others. What has been alleged is undeniably serious, including the alleged failure to comply with an earlier subpoena and false statements,” Turley wrote in a column. “However, Garland must address the legitimate concerns of millions of Americans that the same office involved in past Trump investigations — with documented instances of false or misleading statements — is leading this new effort. There also is the great concern over the Biden administration charging a prior and possibly future political opponent.”

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