Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never misses an opportunity to take a shot at Donald Trump — and he just provided her with a doozy.
After the Trump campaign asked anyone attending the president’s rallies later this month to sign a liability waiver amid the coronavirus pandemic, Clinton announced in a tweet that Trump “shouldn’t be holding” rallies if he feels it’s that much of a danger, Breitbart reported.
Every time we think Hillary Clinton is gone from the public eye, she pops back up to let us all know she is never going away — especially when it comes to Trump issues. Like clockwork, when the president announced last week that his MAGA rallies were going to commence once again, it sent Democrats into a tizzy.
Things got worse after it became known that anyone attending the rally would have to sign a waiver vowing to not hold the Trump campaign or anyone affiliated with the rally liable if they test positive for COVID-19 as a result, Breitbart noted.
Among the first to hit Trump was Hillary Clinton, who stated that any rally that requires a waiver should not be held in the first place.
If your rallies come with a liability waiver, you shouldn’t be holding them. https://t.co/J1BgdUec9k
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 12, 2020
She’s not alone
Another prominent anti-Trumper and failed Democrat presidential hopeful, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, also offered up his two cents via Twitter, taking aim at the Republican Party’s choice to move their upcoming national convention to Jacksonville, Florida because a venue in Charlotte, North Carolina wouldn’t commit to allowing full attendance amid the pandemic.
“Trump wants 15,000 delegates cheering him at his GOP convention in Florida,” the senator wrote Thursday, according to Breitbart. “No social distancing. His rejection of medical advice endangers not only those there but those they come in contact with.”
Sanders went on:
Trump’s a threat to the health and well-being of the country. He must be defeated.
Oddly enough, neither Sanders nor Clinton has said a word about the public health implications of recent nationwide protests in which demonstrators have ignored social distancing recommendations — not to mention lighting city streets on fire as well as looting local businesses.
Either way, however, Trump supporters don’t seem to care about these Democrats’ opinions. The president’s re-election campaign said last week that more than 300,000 people had signed up for tickets to Trump’s upcoming rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, according to Fox News.
“Going to be epic!” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a tweet, according to Fox.