Defeated Democratic 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton isn’t going away quietly.
Staying consistent with her recent comments to lead a resistance against President Trump, Clinton tweeted out Friday afternoon, encouraging her followers to flood the Senate switchboard regarding the GOP healthcare bill.
Democrats are outraged because Republicans have not allowed them to see it.
On June 13, Clinton re-tweeted a comment from Planned Parenthood, that stated, “It’s clear @SenateMajLdr intends to keep the Senate #ACArepeal under wraps until they vote.”
She added her own comment, stating, “Americans deserve to know what’s in the GOP health care plan. Hold hearings & be accountable to your constituents. That’s democracy.”
Friday, she shot out another tweet, “Still no bill. Call the Senate switchboard & ask for your Senator. Tell them this bill will hurt people you know & love. (202) 224-3121.”
Still no bill.
Call the Senate switchboard & ask for your Senator. Tell them this bill will hurt people you know & love. (202) 224-3121 https://t.co/WLaFxMGl7h
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 16, 2017
Americans deserve to know what’s in the GOP health care plan.
Hold hearings & be accountable to your constituents.
That’s democracy. https://t.co/4f5wPsHsqK
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 13, 2017
In her June 13 tweet, Clinton had re-tweeted this post from Planned Parenthood:
— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) June 12, 2017
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