Hillary Clinton’s New Political Campaign Proves That She’s As Dumb As A Bag Of Hammers

We should have known that it was too much to hope for that Hillary Clinton would fade into obscurity. Her taste for adoration and “resistance” seems to be alive and well, as her new website and social media accounts can testify.

The failed presidential candidate seems to feel some sort of responsibility to those who voted for her, to save them from the guy that won. I’m not sure she really understands how this works, considering that the presidential race is the ultimate “winner take all” situation. But I suppose as a citizen she’s allowed to try whatever she wants to encourage her loyal supporters.

Via Daily Caller:

“We’re launching Onward Together to encourage people to get involved, organize, and even run for office,” Clinton wrote on Twitter. “More than ever, I believe citizen engagement is vital to our democracy. I’m so inspired by everyone stepping up to organize and lead.”

“This year hasn’t been what I envisioned, but I know what I’m still fighting for: a kinder, big-hearted, inclusive America. Onward!”

“In recent months, we’ve seen what’s possible when people stand up for a fairer, big-hearted, more inclusive America,” it reads. “Chip in today to help Onward Together support the people and organizations championing the vision that earned 66 million votes in the last election.”

I guess the rest home didn’t set the alarm on that night. Too bad she didn’t walk a little longer . . .

I’m not sure Hillary is the one to be taking advice from if you want to win an office.

I’m sure I don’t have to point out the irony of that one.

(Blah blah, *political buzz words* blah blah)

Yeah, this year isn’t what any of us envisioned for you. I think everybody, supporters and haters alike, envisioned you with a whole lot more security around you. But there is still hope, maybe the new director of the FBI will get you that 24-hour security that you so richly deserve. Now might be the time to step back from social media and start getting tips from Marth Stewert. I hear she’s really good at making friends where your “onward” trend hopefully takes you.

(Source: Daily Caller)