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Hillary Clinton’s Words Spark Debate

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton found herself at the center of a controversy following a social media post that paralleled the 80th anniversary of D-Day with the United States’ current political landscape. The post, which coincided with the commemoration of the historic military operation, stirred significant backlash.

“Eighty years ago today, thousands of brave Americans fought to protect democracy on the shores of Normandy. This November, all we have to do is vote,” Clinton wrote in her post. This statement attracted sharp criticism from veterans and conservative figures who argued that it undermined the sacrifices made during a crucial time in World War II.

It was on June 6, 1944, that thousands of Allied forces began their offensive on the beaches of Normandy, France. This decisive moment, celebrated as D-Day, marked a major turning point in the war and is seen as a potent symbol of the courage and determination of the Allied forces. Clinton’s juxtaposition of these historic acts of bravery with the act of voting in an election, however, has caused widespread outrage and resentment.

The reactions were swift and severe. A writer for RedState, known as Bonchie, labeled the comment as “just pure evil,” accusing Clinton of comparing “the sacrifices of those who died to defeat Hitler and retake Europe with Democrats voting against Donald Trump.”

Dana Loesch, a radio host, expanded the criticism of Clinton’s previous political actions, particularly criticizing her 2016 campaign strategies. “You attempted to undo everything they fought for by partnering with Fusion GPS to launder discredited opposition in the press and convert it into surveillance warrants on enemies through FISA,” Loesch said.

Sean Parnell, a combat veteran and author, expressed his revulsion, stating, “It’s impossible to capture just how loathsome a comment this is. To cheapen what WWII heroes did to BS garbage politics makes me sick. Again, WWII veterans deserve so much better than this.”

Clinton’s statement was also criticized by the conservative podcast host “Comfortably Smug,” who described it as a remark only a “shameless, broken, lizard person” could conceive, further emphasizing the strong reaction the post garnered.

Clinton’s comments were made in the backdrop of President Joe Biden emphasizing the need to safeguard democracy in a speech on D-Day. While Biden did not directly name Trump, his address underscored the continuous threat to democratic institutions.

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