Hillary Clinton arrogantly tried to attack President Donald Trump and Republicans for “copying” her, but she ended up humiliating herself in the process.
Trump held a rally on Monday night in El Paso, Texas, in front of a packed house.
Trump’s rally was so large that a reported 10,000 people were inside, over 30,000 were watching outside on the big screens, and more than 70,000 RSVP’s, but not everyone was able to make it.
When the rally ended, the GOP’s official Twitter account tweeted out a graphic that featured an image of Trump with the words “we’re only getting stronger together.”
In response, Clinton claimed that Trump and Republicans stole her 2016 presidential logo, “Stronger Together.”
“Now copy my plan on health care, a fairer tax system, and voting rights,” Clinton tweeted on Tuesday.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 12, 2019
Several Twitter users had a field day with Clinton’s claim that Trump had “copied” her.
— Jeff Swindon (@SwindJeff) February 12, 2019
Lol like the Chinese copied your email server?
— Toe Knee (@Fallout911) February 13, 2019
She stole the election from Bernie. She doesn’t give a rats ass about the people. Only about the power
— DRAIN THE SWAMP/ LoveTrumpsLove (@caddie92) February 13, 2019
Trump and Republicans obviously didn’t “copy” or “steal” her slogan.
They used a common phrase while calling for unity, which is something Democrats have made clear they don’t want.
But more importantly, Clinton remains obsessed with attacking Trump in what looks like a desperate attempt to remain relevant.
Late last year, Clinton said Trump has a long “streak of racism” and “the whole package of bigotry.”
“This is a person who believes in very little, but he does have visceral responses to what goes on in the world around him. He does have a strong streak of racism that goes back to his early years,” Clinton said.
She added: “I include his anti-immigrant tirades because he characterizes immigrants in very racially derogatory ways, but he was Islamophobic, he was anti-women, he really had the whole package of bigotry that he was putting on offer to those who were intrigued and attracted to him.”
Clinton once referred to African-American youth as “super predators” and supported former President Bill Clinton’s policies that many argue resulted in African-Americans being unfairly targeted and jailed.
“He was, from the very first day of his campaign, raising the [specter] of criminal immigrants and the like. So the anti-immigrant piece coupled with things that he said, the kind of people who supported him, former Ku Klux Klan members and the like, the message that we called the dog whistle, was incredibly loud. It was: ‘I’m on your side because I don’t like the same people you don’t like. Or at least I’m going to say I don’t and that counts for something,’” Clinton complained.
Clinton went on to claim that Trump is creating an “alternative reality” because he has studied other “authoritarian regimes and how they manipulate and control people.”
This is also the same woman who wore a “muumuu” in public to attack Trump.
Clinton, who is obviously still deeply upset about her embarrassing loss in the election, is saying whatever she can to remain relevant.