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A Major League Baseball legend is torching Hillary Clinton after the twice-failed presidential candidate blasted President Trump online.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Clinton tweeted: “The latest January 6 hearings show that Trump knew he lost the election. His own people told him he’d lost the election.
“He then chose to wage a criminal conspiracy to overturn the results and prevent the peaceful transfer of power for the first time in American history.”
That’s when Curt Schilling, a former star pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox, felt the urge to respond.
“You, honestly, need to STFU and thank the Lord you are not in jail,” he commenced.
“You and your teenage groping mutant are one of the many reasons legal American citizens despise DC.
“You two represent ALL that is wrong with the left and with politics.”
You, honestly, need to STFU and thank the Lord you are not in jail. You and your teenage groping mutant are one of the many reasons legal American citizens despise DC. You two represent ALL that is wrong with the left and with politics. https://t.co/3rMKxlxB33
— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) June 15, 2022
The jailing chant of “Lock her up!” became a regular occurrence during Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign against the former first lady.
Schilling wasn’t the only voice hammering Hillary.
Washington Times columnist Tim Young noted: “Oh, like how you knew you lost the election in 2016 and went on to push the Russian Collusion lie?”
And Antonio Piotocco, a Republican congressional candidate from Maryland, said: “I’m old enough to remember when Hillary Clinton knew she lost the election in 2016 but went around the country telling everyone the election was stolen from her.”
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