My dude, they flipped out and started attacking a well-reviewed Broadway play about people struggling and finding hope after 9/11, just because she said she liked it and encouraged people to go see it. They literally got enraged by an uplifting musical about people trying to work together and find hope in one of the most trying times for America since it’s founding just because Clinton said she liked it. Let’s face it, any headline that isn’t trashing her is by default enraging to parts of the left, they didn’t need to really try, which makes it all the more depressing that they did for the clicks.
I’m certainly considering it, though I’m usually not one for memoirs. Reviews from people I trust to treat it even-handedly are saying it’s surprisingly intimate and vulnerable, and spends a lot of time basically straight-dealing on all the things she’s had to dance around lately for fear of losing support, since she’s now double-underline done with the arseholes. Suffice to say, the headlines have been greatly exaggerated, as are the reactions from people damning it based on two-and-a-quarter pages out of 512.