Hillary Gets Crushed For New ‘Heartless’ Tweet Swiping Trump

Hillary Clinton is not missing a moment to try and use the coronavirus outbreak to swipe President Trump.

First, Clinton snapped at Trump for referring to the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, as the “Chinese virus” or the “Wuhan virus.”

Then, she said Trump was “failing to lead and failing Americans.”

Then, she advised people to steer away from medical advice that Trump shares because he “looked directly at a solar eclipse.”

Now, she has posted a particularly “heartless” tweet (as BizPac Review calls it) that notes the United States now leads the world in confirmed cases.

Fox News reports: “Since the availability of testing kits has broadened in recent days, the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. has skyrocketed. On Thursday, the U.S. has reportedly outpaced both China and Italy with more than 97,000 reported cases.”

Take a look:

The dig is an obvious reference to the campaign slogan Trump used in 2016, alongside his more popular “Make America Great Again.”

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Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw quickly responded to Clinton’s comment, telling her to delete her account.

“Delete your account,” he said. “This isn’t the time. This can’t be the new normal, where American tragedy is applauded for the sake of political opportunism.”

National Republican Senatorial Committee advisor Matt Whitlock said Clinton’s tweet serves as “a pretty good reminder why she lost” against Trump in the last presidential election.

“Hillary Clinton touting figures that are a result of Chinese disinformation to dunk on America and sick Americans is a pretty good reminder why she lost in 2016,” he wrote.

“You lost. It’s not a bad dream. You lost,” conservative actor James Woods added. “Try at least to salvage a scrap of dignity and just disappear with grace. Realize that you’re now just a lost soul. I mean, if you had one…”

Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy joined in on the criticism, calling her tweet “appalling.”

“This sort of vicious celebratory tone about Americans getting sick & dying during a deadly global pandemic is just appalling,” he tweeted.


As BizPac Review reports, Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill tried to defend the tweet in a statement to Fox News.

“The situation we find ourselves in was demonstrably avoidable, and pointing that out with a reference to the President’s empty rhetoric is nothing more than another way of pleading for him to lead,” he told the outlet.

Greg Gutfeld, referencing Clinton’s initial tweet, retorted: “When you look at people suffering — by the way, the infection rates are increasing because we are testing more and these are people that really wanted more testing so you will actually see more infection rates — if you see that as an opportunity to direct attention to yourself on social media, you are what scientists would call a scumbag.”



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