The Sentinel wasn’t invited to run behind Hillary’s van like the privileged campaign reporters so we’ve decided to travel along with her on Twitter. It’s a fascinating ride.
Hillary appears to have taken a handicapped spot, but she is entitled.
Somewhere in the midwest, an ordinary handicapped American is shut out of a parking space. pic.twitter.com/qwds2WFLNQ
— Popehat (@Popehat) April 16, 2015
She didn’t tip at the Chipotle she happened upon. Chipotle also happens to be a Hillary donor.
She makes $91 a second while demonizing the rich.
— Robert Jr. (@fstop107) April 16, 2015
As she travels, she is a-flipping and a-flopping.
Education is a “non-family enterprise”, she said. She dismissed objections to Common Core, saying opponents just “do not understand the value” of top-down curricula. We’re such dopes.
— Brad Thor (@BradThor) April 16, 2015
As usual, she spends time with the common folk she champions.
That free speech thingy has got to stop.
At her first Iowa stop, Hillary calls for constitutional limits on free speech http://t.co/FORoEk6WvZ
— Pat Peters, Ph.D. (@PatVPeters) April 16, 2015
Mingling with the common folk.
She’s worried about campaign finance reform.
It doesn’t take a genealogist to know that all her grandparents weren’t immigrants.
— Vicki Mckenna (@VickiMcKenna) April 16, 2015
But she has a lot of followers.
The support for her is overwhelming.
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) April 16, 2015
This road trip is starting to look like her book tour.
— John Galt (@dhrxsol1234) April 16, 2015
This is one helluva exciting road trip.