While much of the nation found itself completely disgusted by the FBI’s Monday raid of Donald Trump’s estate and safe at Mar-a-Lago, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton saw the unprecedented overreach as a way to make money.
Clinton, who was found to have installed an illegal and covert email server during her time at the State Department for the purpose of avoiding the prying eyes of government oversight groups, decided to launch a new clothing line meant to cash in on Trump’s trouble.
A day after the FBI conducted a search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, Hillary Clinton responded on Tuesday with a tweet promoting merchandise emblazoned with the phrase “But Her Emails” — which has become the sardonic response among her supporters to Trump’s many scandals.
Clinton wrote that every hat or T-shirt sold benefits Onward Together, the political action committee she founded following her loss to Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
Clinton’s supporters were lapping up the tacky and tone-deaf items.
In a follow-up tweet, the former secretary of state said that the $30 hats quickly sold out but could be preordered for when they are back in stock.
Once again, we are reminded of Michele Obama’s infamously erroneous proclamation about the Democratic Party’s response to the GOP: “When they go low, we go high”.
Untruer words were never spoken.