Today’s the day that some have been waiting for and others have been dreading; with all the differences of opinion, one thing that is certain is that very, very few have actually read The Book. Yes, a bookstore in Florida sold some copies early (that’s how some CNN reporters got their copies), and a few more pundits were given advance copies with embargo conditions. And yes, some excerpts were released early; approximately four pages out of 512. We know those excerpts have stirred up controversy in the media and on Twitter, but what’s different this time around is that there has been significant, astute, and articulate pushback. Today I’m posting some of the best.
Long, powerful thread, starting here
— Shea Wong (@MrsSheaWong) September 11, 2017
Another thread; a quiet thank you
1. For the first time in history, a losing presidential candidate has reflected on her loss and written a book that we can learn from.
— Candice Aiston (@CandiceAiston) September 8, 2017
Because no one does snark quite as well as Liss
"Misogyny played no role in the election!"
"NO ONE WANTS TO READ A BOOK BY A HISTORIC FEMALE CANDIDATE WHY CAN'T SHE SHUT UP & GO AWAYYYY?"
— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) September 9, 2017
Sarah Lerner links to an article
"Once again, Hillary Clinton is offering some opinions, and, once again, she is being told to keep quiet." https://t.co/yklrt2YNFs
— Sarah Lerner (@SarahLerner) September 11, 2017
Many of you have probably already seen this, but it’s a Hall of Fame thread
I've been seething all day about the response to Hillary's book, and I feel like I've finally channeled it into a coherent thread.
— GothamGirlBlue (@GothamGirlBlue) September 8, 2017
Imma just drop this right here. pic.twitter.com/5WtG3v1Yfb
— 🖕🏻Aunt Crabby 🖕🏻 (@DearAuntCrabby) September 11, 2017
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