‘You Would Know About Bleach’: People Dunk On Hillary For Latest Trump Criticism

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Hillary Clinton may have thought she was going to join the chorus of Trump critics to score cheap political points on her former rival, but she was quickly reminded that was not a good idea.

Responding to claims that President Trump instructed people to digest or inject themselves with chemical disinfectants to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Clinton tweeted: “Please don’t poison yourself because Donald Trump things it could be a good idea.”

Of course, Trump never said that.

But, nonetheless, she persisted.

As BizPac Review reports, many people on social media “reacted by barraging Hillary with pointed remarks saying she’s the last person who should comment on suicides or disinfectants.”

And:

Many noted that Clinton deliberately did not use the word “bleach” in her anti-Trump tweet. Otherwise, it would remind everyone that the former Secretary of State mass-deleted 33,000 government emails using Bleachbit in an apparent cover-up.

Check out some of these responses:

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Longtime producer for radio icon Rush Limbaugh, Bo Snerdley, similarly pushed back on the claim that Trump instructed people to inject themselves with disinfectant, according to BizPac Review.

“So today – it’s the Lysol story. This BS never stops. Never,” Snerdley said in a tweet. “I am so sick of the MSM in this country. They never stop trying to distort – inflame – and act as the PR flacks for the Democrat party.”

Clinton was far from the only person claiming Trump told people to drink or inject themselves with a chemical cleaning agent to help combat the spread of the coronavirus, as several media outlets including CNN, USA Today, and The Washington Post also peddled the claim.

Click here to see what Trump actually said regarding the disinfectants.