Today the House of Representatives’ women dressed appropriately in black for this somber day. As we go forward in the process set forth by our forefathers, people weigh their words carefully. After all, they are creating history with only the third impeachment in the life of the nation. The choice is stark: our democracy or a Trump dictatorship. So should this politician speak up?
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been tweeting this morning. In her second tweet, she wrote about the rights of Americans. She said that cheating “in the next election” would rob voters of that right:
‘One of our most precious rights as Americans is the right to determine who our leaders are. The president abused his powers to cheat in the next election and rob us of that right. Then he obstructed Congress to cover it up. Impeachment is the only remedy. #DefendOurDemocracy’
Perhaps, Mrs. Clinton should consider whether she should speak out. After all, it could sound as if she was sticking a finger in Donald Trump’s eye. She won the popular vote by three million, but he won the Electoral College vote for a presidential win. The secretary probably has a case that the Russians threw the election to Trump.
The secretary has had the right to feel bitter, but she did not run a perfect campaign. She skipped going to several key states, took her to win for granted, and had little charisma.
As volatile as she is to certain groups, was she helping or hurting the Democrats?
Twitter world really spoke up when Secretary Clinton sent this tweet. See what you think of what they said below:
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