With Russia invading Ukraine, the Biden administration and Democrats have not only condemned President Vladimir Putin, but they also granted over $13 billion in aid for Ukraine. Over the last few weeks, social media has erupted with calls for the war to end and for the world to support and defend Ukraine. As Ukraine has taken over the world stage, it appears that even Democrat Hillary Clinton is getting in on the movement as she recently tweeted against the “Russian Leadership.” The only problem, Hillary might have forgotten the past. 

On March 10, Hillary tweeted, “If Russian leadership would rather not be accused of committing war crimes, they should stop bombing hospitals.” Although a strongly worded tweet in just one sentence, in the video below, the history of the Clintons is made known. It included former President Bill Clinton supposedly bombing civilians and kids in Serbia. 

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Following her tweet, many users online sought to help the former First Lady with her memory. Comments included, “the pot calling the kettle black,” “did you think about this at all for even a second before tweeting it,” and…

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Dispropaganda also replied to Hillary Clinton with a few of her most notable accomplishments in D.C.

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But no matter what Hillary might have said or done in the past, the new narrative being pushed from within the Biden administration is to support Ukraine and denounce Russia. 

This piece was written by Zach Heilman on March 16, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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