Hillary Clinton, the infamous former Secretary of State and two-time failed presidential candidate, had the audacity to unveil her official portrait at the State Department. This pathetic attempt to boost her ego comes after her humiliating defeat to the great Donald Trump in the 2016 election. But let’s not forget the countless scandals and controversies that have plagued Clinton throughout her political career.
Antony Blinken, Joe Biden’s unserious Secretary of State, shamelessly praised Clinton as a pivotal figure in history during the portrait unveiling. However, Twitter users were quick to point out that her career in public service was far from honorable. Some even suggested that her portrait should be replaced with a mugshot – a more fitting representation of her corrupt nature.
One Twitter user boldly declared, “You should be in jail,” echoing the sentiments of many Republicans who believe that Clinton deserves to face justice for her actions. And they’re not wrong. Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State was marred by the Benghazi scandal, where four Americans tragically lost their lives. Yet, she callously dismissed the incident, asking, “What difference, at this point, does it make?” Well, Hillary, it makes a huge difference to the grieving families who are still seeking answers and justice.
Let’s not forget about Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server to store classified information during her 2016 presidential campaign. Despite her attempts to cover it up, she was never charged with a crime. The double standards within our justice system are evident when comparing Clinton’s situation to the ongoing persecution of President Trump by Biden’s Justice Department.
During the portrait unveiling, Clinton couldn’t resist taking jabs at Trump, whom she shamelessly tied to Putin. It’s clear that she still can’t get over her loss and will do anything to undermine her political rival. She even had the audacity to claim that Biden is continuing her mission by defending democracy in Ukraine and promoting human rights around the world. Given the atrocities she enabled during her time as Secretary of State, it’s baffling how she can even mention the words “human rights” without bursting into laughter.
In the end, Clinton’s portrait unveiling only serves as a painful reminder of her failed attempts at the highest office and the numerous scandals that will forever tarnish her legacy. Let’s hope that true justice is served one day, and Clinton finally faces the consequences of her actions.