Hispanics Slam Hillary Clinton 'She Is Not Our Grandmother'

Hispanics Slam Hillary Clinton ‘She Is Not Our Grandmother’

Predominantly Hispanic Twitter users are criticizing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for a post on her website Tuesday that noted similarities between herself and Hispanic grandmothers.

The post “7 things Hillary Clinton has in common with your abuela” was meant to connect the former secretary of state with Hispanic voters, especially after Clinton announced Monday her daughter Chelsea was having a second child next summer.

According to her campaign team, Clinton is similar to other grandmothers, or abuelas in Spanish, because she reads to children before bedtime, highlights one’s accomplishments and works to help women gain respect.

But countless users who have made “NotMyAbuela” a trending hashtag would seem to disagree with Clinton.

 

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