Hillary Clinton Tweets Among The Trump Jr Chaos & Wins The Internet In Seconds


Popular left wing television comedienne and political commentator Samantha Bee is selling shirts for a cause, and Hillary Clinton wants you to buy one.

Bee unveiled the all black, short sleeved shirts as part of a campaign to raise money for Planned Parenthood. Republicans continue to threaten to strip federal funding from the health organization, even though only a fraction of the services that it provides are even abortions. For instance, Planned Parenthood also provides important tests for various sexually transmitted diseases and birth control services to individuals who might not have access to such things otherwise.

Bee’s shirt has on the chest a message taken, technically, from the mouth of Donald Trump, reading “Nasty Woman” as if to identify the wearer. During one of the debates between Trump and Clinton ahead of the general election, Trump called the former Secretary of State a “nasty woman,” and Clinton supporters accepted that term in similar fashion to how Hillary Clinton accidentally galvanized Trump supporters when she called them “deplorable.”

Bee’s shirts are part of a campaign that, according to People Magazine, is seeking to raise a total of $1 million for Planned Parenthood. Remarkably — and somewhat unsurprisingly — that campaign is coming along quite well, having thus far raised $925,000. The campaign ends Wednesday, and Bee announced it by saying on a recent episode of her show that if Republicans are successful with their efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, then “we’ll just have to keep Planned Parenthood afloat one T-shirt at a time.”

People did not note in their report how much money has come into Bee’s campaign since Clinton’s early Tuesday tweet.

Clinton tweeted the following message, alongside a link to buy one of the shirts and also including an image of herself “modeling” one:

‘Support Samantha Bee & Planned Parenthood & buy a Nasty Woman t-shirt!’

Check it out below.

Clinton got a number of detractors from her message in the comments section, but who cares? She certainly doesn’t.

For instance, self-appointed “media analyst” Mark Dice wrote, “Now you’re an ‘influence marketer’ selling t-shirts for a cable talk show host? Sad!”


He almost certainly expressed no such outrage at any of the seemingly endless instances of Donald Trump selling stuff.

Check out other replies to Clinton’s tweet below.

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