Skip to comments.SATIRE Hillary Clinton Accidentally Posts Condolences For Tulsi Gabbard's Suicide One Day Early
Posted on 01/27/2020 3:21:15 PM PST by metmom
U.S.Oops! A social media scheduling error apparently caused Hillary Clinton to post her condolences for Tulsi Gabbard's suicide one day early.
This morning, Clinton posted that she felt "great sadness" at hearing that Gabbard had killed herself. In subsequent tweets, she detailed how "tragic" it was that Gabbard had broken her own kneecaps, stuck her feet in concrete, then tossed herself off the docks near a seedy warehouse.
"It's just terrible what happened, and though we disagreed, I hope we can all take a few minutes to send thoughts and prayers to the family," Clinton concluded.
The post was deleted several hours later after the Clinton team realized it was scheduled for October 23, not October 24 as originally intended.
At publishing time, Clinton had accidentally posted early condolences for the unfortunate suicide of the social media manager who had OK'd the post and subsequently posted more condolences for the new social media manager, etc.
Oh Jeez! it actually made me pause... dang it..
Believable since she is getting to old forgetful years..
I like the Bee’s articles. That being said...
This is old.
If wasn’t that funny.
Low profile, suck you in satire to be sure.
My fave is still the Onions Congress faking a coup to get out of the national debt.
Long live Octavia!
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They’re outrageously good!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Her campaign is offering $15 an hour ... but knowing Democrats those are not gonna be paid even if the work is done.
Me, I snore like a buzzsaw.
Love that Bee!
I read her hit list last night. The beat goes on.
So thankful for the Freedom Of The Press!
They could write the same for Ghislane Maxwell.
My favorite was moving the capital to Memphis. The Chinese believed that one.
Because of a typo in the record of a congressional hearing the ChiComs (and others) believed that the US had held secret bomb test in the Sudan.
The bomb test was the Sedan Test ... which was intended to see if nukes could be used to excavate holes in the ground for construction projects.
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