Rachel Sacher #conspiracy web.archive.org

The logo Hillary Clinton chose for her 2016 Presidential Campaign is wrong on several levels. Here is what the logo looks like and here is why I think it’s not ok.

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This is the worst part about her logo. It looks like a plane crashing into the twin towers and she knows it. You see, Hillary thought about all this long before releasing the worst and most controversial logo in presidential history.

You may find yourself wondering, how could she make something reminds so many people of the tragic terrorist attack on 9/11?

Because Hillary Clinton is heartless and I don’t say that lightly. Her life reveals that to be true. She’s been married and stayed married to a man who has been consistently unfaithful to her. This would break any self respecting woman’s heart, but Hillary has turned that part of herself off.

She was just blessed with her first grandchild and yet she’s going to spend her time running for President. Another heartless move.

And now she has heartlessly decided to remind America of the tragic events that took place on 9/11 for her own political gain…. Heartless.

To Hillary Clinton, I have to say 9/11 is off limits. She’s decided to incorporate a terrorist attack into her logo. That is unacceptable.

So before anyone even thinks about voting for her, let’s all remember the extent of her decision making skills. Anyone who would use 9/11 to advance their political career does not deserve to be anywhere near the white house.

It’s time for Hillary to retire from politics.

Ladies (and gentlemen) let’s see her logo for what it really is – a desperate attempt to create political buzz for her campaign at the expense of the victims of 9/11.

Let us end the conversation about the bad logo and make sure she loses this desperate attempt to make America notice her.

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