Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, stirred up controversy on social media after she seemingly attempted to link hot weather to supporters of former President Donald Trump, according to an article by Summit News. In a now-deleted tweet, Clinton wrote, “Hot enough for you? Thank a MAGA Republican. Or better yet, vote them out of office,” accompanied by a graphic featuring alarmist climate headlines. This is not the first time Clinton has used divisive language against Trump and his supporters, previously referring to them as a “basket of deplorables” during the 2016 presidential campaign. The tweet sparked a heated debate on Twitter, with Trump supporters defending their positions and promoting unity, while some questioned Clinton’s motives and tactics. Such rhetoric only adds to the polarized political landscape, emphasizing the need for respectful dialogue and understanding between parties.
Don’t worry Hillary, where you’re going it’s much hotter.
You might want to try to get used to the heat.
What pray tell would the temperature in Phoenix be today if you had been elected President?
MAGA Republicans are powerful enough to control the seasons apparently, and without them we’d have no summer
They are now directly blaming “MAGA Republicans” for the temperature outside. The Democrat Party has fallen fully into a state of primitive superstition. They have all the scientific credibility of an Aztec priest in the year 1450.
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