Hillary Clinton Torched For Pushing ‘She Was Right’ Merch After Trump Verdict
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Hillary Clinton got torched online after she reacted to former President Donald Trump’s guilty verdict by pushing “She was Right” merchandise on her social media account.

In a Thursday post on Instagram, the former Democratic presidential nominee reacted to news that a New York jury returned a guilty verdict on all 34 counts against Trump in the hush-money trial by posting new merchandise, a coffee mug with the saying, “Turns out she was right about everything.”

“We recently had some new merch made based on a phrase I hear a lot,” Clinton wrote. “The design happened to be finalized today. With your purchase, you’ll support Onward Together groups defending democracy … and get a pretty great mug to sip tea from. Link to purchase in my profile.”

Not all of Clinton’s followers agreed with her pushing merch after the verdict and let the former first lady know in the comments.

You should be in jail,” one person wrote.

Another person added, “Why didn’t you warn you husband Bubba Clinton about spending time with Jeffrey Epstein, if you were right about everything?”

A third person wrote, “Turns out we were wrong about everything we believed you stood for. Warmonger. Genocidist! If I donated a penny, I would be owed change.”

One person brought up Clinton’s disastrous foreign policy decision in Libya as the Secretary of State under former President Barack Obama, which resulted in the terrorist attacks in 2012 in Benghazi that killed U.S.  Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and four other people.


“Except Libya,” the person wrote.

The guilty verdict in Trump’s New York trial marks the first time a former U.S. president has been convicted of a crime, as previously reported.

At the heart of the case brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg were 34 felony counts of falsifying business records to conceal damaging information around the 2016 election as part of a “catch-and-kill” scheme.

Prosecutors accused Trump of improperly masking reimbursements to repay his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels in exchange for her silence on an alleged extramarital affair by classifying them as legal expenses.

Trump has denied that the affair with Stormy Daniels ever happened and pleaded not guilty to the charges. His lawyers argued there was no intent to defraud or influence the 2016 election.

Daniel Chaitin contributed to this piece.

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