There are some people who will deny it, but the #HandCuffHillary hashtag is vastly becoming a movement, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see why.
Created by Joe Biggs, a former Army Staff Sargent and current reporter at Alex Jones’ InfoWars website, #HandCuffHillary is based on making sure that Hillary Clinton is charged with the email and Benghazi scandal that is still hanging over her head, even as she is the current Democratic front-runner for the Presidential Race.
While most do agree that Hillary may not see prison time, it’s a bother to many as to why Clinton was able to skate around the email and Benghazi scandal that put the nation’s security at risk and got four Americans killed, including two U.S. Ambassadors. Why does she get a free pass? Is it because of her name?
Could be, but, the fact of the matter is that there needs to be some sort of a trail to get to the bottom of what happened with the emails that were on her personal server. In a world that is becoming increasingly unstable, her actions put the nation at risk, and she needs to face the consequences of her actions.
But she isn’t, which is why Biggs is taking matters into his own hands.
Ever since he created #HandCuffHillary, the hashtag has exploded, even trending on Twitter for a moment on May 13. But the real story here is that this is not just a simple hashtag and let it go. No, making sure that Hillary is in prison orange has turned into a full-scale movement, and Biggs is doing everything he can to make sure that it becomes one.
Whether you dismiss this as Republican or Tea Party dogma, what you can’t dismiss is the fact that it is appalling that Clinton is getting off with a slap on the wrist for her what she did. Anyone else would have gotten sent to Guantanamo Bay for doing what Hillary did, and if a normal person has to suffer that fate, then Hillary should face the same.
Which is why you really shouldn’t be quick to dismiss #HandCuffHillary as just a conspiracy theory stunt.
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