This is perfect. He nailed it.
Democrat front-runner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently attacked GOP candidate and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for his tough stance against unions in his state.
We live in an odd day and age where political candidates for the highest office use their Twitter accounts — which typically have a ton of followers — to reach a large audience in a relatively short amount of time, and that’s exactly how Clinton initiated her attack on Walker.
“Unions help keep working families strong. Scott Walker’s attacks on unions and workers’ rights aren’t leadership — they’re bullying. -H,” she posted, indicating with the initial that the tweet was directly from her.
Just a few hours later, Walker proved he wasn’t about to let Clinton win that battle, so he sent an epic response to the scandal-ridden candidate that completely shut her up — at least for the time being.
“@HillaryClinton Actually, we’re protecting the American worker from being forced to support candidates like you. – SW,” Walker posted (H/T The Blaze).