Three million more people respected former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Yet, others have a visceral dislike of her. Regardless, she knows her business. This is her message for the nation on Earth Day.
Celebrations this year are virtual. The COVIC-19 pandemic caused a coronavirus lockdown in order to save people’s lives. Ironically, a side-effect of the lockdown was a significant greenhouse gas reduction. Smog has lifted from cities across the world, because people were not driving. The clear skies may just be temporary, but they remind people of the possibilities.
Given how Americans have been shown what is possible, they now realize they have the opportunity and the impetus to make some significant changes. For instance, people have been working from home, and that has shown us what is a possible, attractive and intelligence change. Certainly, driving to work causes a tremendous about of pollution. Notice that some people are far happier and more productive without the office politics and interruptions.
Clinton wrote that citizens should “stand on the side of young people” to help them have some of the same opportunities for “a prosperous future” as others have had. The way to get there comes via Americans’ votes:
‘On Earth Day and every day, let’s stand on the side of young people who want a fighting chance at a healthy and prosperous future—and vote accordingly. #FridaysForFuture’
Twitter world went wild after people beginning to respond to Hillary Clinton’s message. Take a look at some of our favorites below:
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