Trump Resistance Mob

The “Trump Resistance” is a mixed bag of “violent communist” groups like Antifa, funded by George Soros, “crybaby snowflakes” in search of a safe space, out of touch “filthy rich celebrities,” terrorist sympathizers like “Muslim Women’s’ March” leader Linda Sarsour and “Resistance Warrior” Hillary Clinton.

In other words, it’s an “out of touch” failing movement that is “clueless” regarding the real “issues” facing the American people.

So, it only seems “fitting” that America’s “two time loser,” Hillary Clinton would join the “Trump Resistance.”

“Hello Democrats! Thank you all for coming together to represent our party at its best. United, energized and ready to wage and win the battles ahead. Now as Democrats we have diverse views and backgrounds, we are Democrats after all. But we’re bound together by the values and hopes we share for our country. 

I’m grateful for all your support and hard work during the election. Being your candidate was an honor of a lifetime. And I was inspired to see women and men from all walks of life and every corner of our country coming together on behalf of our shared values. And while we didn’t get the outcome we worked so hard for, I’ll always be proud of the campaign we ran, a campaign that was better and stronger thanks to each of you.

After the primaries we came together as a primary to write the most progressive platform in history. Ideas we championed are now inspiring leaders and activists across our country. Nearly 66 million votes are fueling grass roots energy and activism and everywhere people are marching, protesting, tweeting, speaking out and working for an America that’s hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted. 

From the Women’s March to airports where communities are welcoming immigrants, refugees and people of every faith, to town hall meetings where people are speaking up for healthcare, the environment, good jobs and all the other issues that deserve our passionate support. 

Among those millions making their voices heard are future mayors, city and state officials, governors, members of Congress, even future presidents. The challenges we face as a party and a country are real, so now more than ever we need to stay engaged, in the field and online, reaching out to new voters, young people and everyone who wants a better, stronger, fairer America. 

We as Democrats must move forward with courage, confidence and optimism. And stay focused on the elections we must win this year and next. Let resistance plus persistence equal progress for our party and our country. Thank you to the leaders who’ve already done so much beginning with Barack and Michelle Obama. Thanks as well to Donna and the DNC leadership and to the outstanding bench of Democrats stepping up to lead us forward.

As long as we stand together and work together with respect for our differences, strength in our convictions and love for our country our best days are still ahead, so keep fighting and keep the faith and I’ll be there right with you every step of the way. God bless you and God bless America.” 

A “fighting” Hillary Clinton popped back into the “political” spotlight with this three-minute address to Democrats, “applauding” them for being the “resistance” against President Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton “gleefully” pointed out all the recent “protests” including the “women’s marches, the airport protests and the town hall takeovers” going on.

She “urged” her party to “keep fighting and keep the faith,”‘ adding, “I’ll be there right with you every step of the way.”

She’s “called out” the new president several times on Twitter, writing simply “3-0” when a court “decision” came down against Trump’s “travel” ban.

She’s “chided” members of Congress for “skipping town halls,” mocked Trump to speak out “against anti-Semitism“ and applauded “faux Pocahontas” Elizabeth Warren during her “floor fight” with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

“Resistance Warrior” Clinton looked pleased as she “recited” some of the left’s recent “moves” against the Republican occupying the White House.

She threw some “shade” at the Republicans by touting the “multi-ethnic” composition of her party.

“Now as Democrats we have diverse views and backgrounds, we are Democrats after all. But we’re bound together by the values and hopes we share for our country.”  

She then “recalled” her popular vote total, which was “higher” than Trump’s.

“Nearly 66 million votes are fueling grassroots energy and activism and everywhere people are marching, protesting, tweeting, speaking out and working for an America that’s hopeful, inclusive and big-hearted,” she revealed with great pleasure.

“From the Women’s March, to airports where communities are welcoming immigrants, refugees and people of every faith, to town hall meetings where people are speaking up for healthcare, the environment, good jobs and all the other issues that deserve our passionate support,” she continued, naming the places where “progressive activists” have taken on Republicans and Trump as of late.

She used her new tagline “Let resistance plus persistence equal progress for our party and our country.”

Clinton’s campaign motto had been “Stronger Together” preaching “togetherness” six times in the “three minute” spot.

Will Democrats “really” give Clinton a “third” chance?

Democratic National Committee “chair candidates” were asked this question as they “brought up” several times the fact Clinton had won the “popular” vote.

None of the “candidates” would say “yes” outright.

“I think the important thing that we remember as the Democratic Party is that we’re here for small-D democracy,” said DNC chair candidate Sally Boynton Brown, who “runs” the state party in Idaho.

“If Hillary Clinton wants to put her name on the ballot again, that’s her decision. That’s not our decision,” Boynton Brown added.

Another “female” candidate for chair, Jehmu Greene, said that the “older” generation, which included former Vice President Joe Biden too, should be “looking to the next generation.”

“Look for a question about Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, when there are 13,000 women who have signed up and said they want to run for office since the November elections. That’s who we should be talking about.” Greene noted.

Clinton, in her message, gave a “hat tip” to those “up-and-coming” Democrats too.

“Among those millions making their voices heard are future mayors, city and state officials, governors, members of Congress, even future presidents,” she noted, while thanking “the outstanding bench of Democrats stepping up to lead us forward.” 

While there are a handful of “next generation” candidates, including Boynton Brown, Greene and Pete Buttigieg, the 35-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana, the party looks to be “tilting” toward picking “one of two well known” candidates representing Clinton or the Sanders “wings” of the party.

There’s Rep. Keith Ellison, the progressive “Muslim” candidate backed by Sen. Bernie Sanders or former “Hispanic” Labor Secretary Tom Perez, thought to “more so” represent the Democratic establishment.

Clinton didn’t “wade” into the race, though thanked the “departing” leaders, including Obama and the DNC’s “interim” chair Donna Brazile.

“We as Democrats must move forward with courage, confidence and optimism. And stay focused on the elections we must win this year and next,” the Resistance Warrior said.

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