From left: Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (credit: Gage Skidmore/Marc Nozell)

Hillary Tweets Trump Is “Just Plain Wrong,” Asserts Herself as America’s Moral Compass


Hillary Clinton turned her outrage meter to 11 last night in a tweet to Donald Trump.

Trump took a question at a town hall in New Hampshire where the questioner implied that President Obama is a Muslim. Trump answered the question but did not rebuke the questioner for his inaccurate assertion.

Cue Hillary:

This is not the first time Hillary has used the phrase “just plain wrong.” She is apparently asserting herself as America’s moral compass.

But hold up. Let’s be honest for a second. Hillary Clinton has no right to express moral outrage or pretend to be some sort of moral authority when she willfully turns a blind eye to the atrocities taking place at Planned Parenthood.

Hillary continues to support an organization that has been caught — on video — exploiting women and selling aborted baby body parts for profit.

Every time a liberal who supports Planned Parenthood criticizes a Republican on any issue by invoking “right and wrong,” conservatives should respond by questioning the functionality of their moral compass when they tolerate and actively promote Planned Parenthood.

Liberals don’t get to speak to what’s right and what’s wrong when they openly defend a genocide in our midst.

Jon Schweppe is Deputy Director of Communications for American Principles in Action.

Jon Schweppe

Jon Schweppe is the Director of Government Affairs for American Principles Project. Follow him on Twitter @JonSchweppe

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