Hillary Clinton Comments On D-Day Anniversary

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stirred up a storm on social media with her recent comments on the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

Clinton made a controversial comparison between the fight against Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler and voting against former President Donald Trump, suggesting that voting against Trump is akin to the brave actions of the soldiers who stormed Normandy beaches to protect democracy.

Clinton’s post read, “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.” She anticipated backlash, as evidenced by disabling replies to her post on X.

The reactions were swift and intense. Army Ranger veteran Sean Parnell expressed his disgust, tweeting, “Holy s*** I despise these people. 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.”

Another critic, @ComfortablySmug, harshly commented, “What kind of shameless, broken, lizard person do you have to be to tweet out some nonsense like this? ‘Yes I know what it was like for those soldiers on Omaha beach ducking machine gun fire, I went to vote. I am braver than the troops.’ She has never recovered from Trump’s win.”

Radio host Dana Loesch added her voice to the chorus of disapproval, highlighting Clinton’s actions during the 2016 election: “In 2016 you attempted to undo everything they fought for by partnering with Fusion GPS to launder discredited oppo in the press, and merchandise it into surveillance warrants on enemies through FISA. Were my WWII vet grandparents alive today they’d slam this.”

Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro was equally blunt, stating, “What an enormously stupid and vile comment. Trump is not Hitler. And voting is not storming a beach under a hail of machine-gun fire to free millions from the tyranny of the Nazis.”

Clinton’s remarks have certainly sparked a heated debate, with many feeling she trivialized the sacrifices made by WWII soldiers by comparing them to modern political battles. This controversy underscores the deep political divides and the sensitivities surrounding historical comparisons.