After Hillary Clinton’s huge presidential election loss, some of the people that she and her husband have hurt over the years took to Twitter to express their sentiment that her loss was not only deserved, but also justice served.
Although Clinton should be in jail for her numerous crimes, her denial of the presidency — a job she has clearly worked toward for decades — is a good start.
Juanita Broaddrick, who has alleged that former President Bill Clinton raped her and Hillary Clinton encouraged her to keep quiet about it, wrote on Twitter: “Tears of joy. Vindication after 38 years of pain & suffering. Thanks to Mr. Trump & all of you.
“It does go away,” she added.
Kathy Shelton was raped at 12 years old and Clinton, as a defense attorney for the monster who raped her, smeared Shelton and dragged her through hell in court.
Shelton tweeted: “I don’t know what to say. After 40 years I feel like Hillary Clinton finally go what she deserved. Thank you to everybody who listened.”
Kris Paronto, a survivor of the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi, Libya, terror attacks who saved others, unlike Hillary Clinton, wrote on Twitter: “All great leaders know not to be a sore loser. @HillaryClinton by this classless move you validated you’re no leader. #Tanto.”
Paranto referenced Clinton’s refusal to give her concession speech late night/early morning, after Trump had clearly won the race (and she had conceded in a phone call to Trump.)
Paronto’s tweet was accompanied by a picture that read, “Not the first time Clinton ignored something important at 3 AM,” which is in reference to the infamous 3 a.m. ad Clinton put out during her 2008 bid for the Democrat nomination for president — and the blood she has on her hands from the four Americans whom she hung out to dry.
Another tweet featured Coptic Christians, who have seen their brethren massacred in the Middle East thanks to the policies of President Obama/Hillary Clinton that allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to thrive.
A Haitian-American, Dimitry Romulus, tweeted his support from the “Haitians for Donald Trump” Facebook page where he explained a major reason why they stood against Clinton and it alluded to the allegations that the Clinton Foundation ripped off the devastated Haitians whom they were supposed to be helping — among other things.
Mark Geist, a survivor of Benghazi who also helped to save people there during the terror attack, wrote on Twitter: “A new day in this Great Country we call America. Of the people by the people. We have spoken.”
Yes, we have — and I’d say that these people who know all too well how evil the Clintons are summed it up pretty well, don’t you think?
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