Here’s What People Thought About Hillary Clintons Despicable Shot At Trump During Cummings’ Funeral

(Tea Party PAC) – As if Hillary Clinton didn’t already reek of desperation from her recent attempts to insert herself in the middle of the upcoming 2020 election since she’s still so bitter about losing in 2016, she took the opportunity during the funeral of a longtime congressman to take a dig at the president.

Someone tell this lady it’s time to sit the heck down.

During her eulogy at the funeral of Rep. Elijah Cummings who passed away earlier this month, Clinton delivered her veiled shot at Trump, comparing Cummings’ to his Biblical namesake, the prophet who “stood against corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel,” which inspired many Trump haters but disgusted everyone else.

Clinton, along with her husband, former president Bill Clinton and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi all spoke at Cummings’ funeral at the New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore.

This was when she compared Trump to the famously evil biblical leaders, showing her ignorance of the Holy Word, however, as pretty much no one would compare First Lady Melania Trump, a very dignified, quiet figure behind the distinctly powerful and self-driven Trump, to King Ahab, a weak man who was led to destruction by his ruthless wife Queen Jezebel.

The comparison would much more appropriately apply to one-time-FLOTUS-and-never-a-POTUS, Hillary, who said that she and Bill would be “co-presidents” and who has clearly always used him as part of her own ruthless quest for unlimited power.

Clinton said:

It is no coincidence, is it, that Elijah Cummings shared a name with an Old Testament prophet whose name meant in Hebrew “The Lord is my God” and who used and the power and the wisdom that God gave him to uphold the moral law–that all people are subject to and, because of, all people are equal. Like the prophet, our Elijah could call down fire from heaven. But he also prayed and worked for healing.

“He weathered storms and earthquakes but never lost his face,” she continued.

“Like that Old Testament prophet, he stood against corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel,” she said to extended applause.

Social media reacted to the tasteless and yes, ironic dig at the Trumps with both praise and scorn:

Of course, Clinton couldn’t help but sneak in a reference to the ongoing impeachment inquiry:

Toward the end of Cummings’ life, he said, “I am begging the American people to pay attention to what is going on because if you want to have a democracy intact for your children and your children’s children and generations yet unborn, we have got to guard this moment. This is our watch.”

“‘When we are dancing with the angels, the question will be asked,’ he said. ‘In 2019, what did we do to make sure we kept our democracy intact?’” she added.



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