The Twitterverse stormed right into an attempted addendum to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign speech, clouding the #ImWithHerNow trend with insults and ire.
Clinton, who Thursday became the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party , has utilized the “I’m With Her” mantra throughout her campaign.
A dream....REALIZED.#ImWithHerNow pic.twitter.com/RVuQH7YAY3 — Simar Ahluwalia (@sahluwal) July 29, 2016
The “Now” that’s since been introduced into the conversation is reflective of the unification push that played out over the past week in Philadelphia as Democrats hustled to bring disgruntled supporters of runner-up Sen. Bernie Sanders back into the fold.
Not everyone is ready to move on.
Some self-styled revolutionaries are urging Bernie Bros to rage on.
Armchair pundits are cranking out opposition research.
Right now the DNC is feverishly trying to determine if they can simply hire enough voters to say #ImWithHerNow pic.twitter.com/kr5em0GHs0 — Class Ceiling (@class_ceiling) July 29, 2016
Meme makers are having a field day conjuring catchy slogans.
Fictitious lawmakers are working to score political points.
#ImWithHerNow has all of the signs of a dangerous cult: rigid conformity, intolerance of dissent, weird clothes. pic.twitter.com/ySr4KvNWDQ — Rep. Steven Smith (@RepStevenSmith) July 29, 2016
Conspiracy theorists are crying out about totalitarian rule.
Skeptics refuse to budge an inch.
Because I believe a federal criminal, liar, and murderer should be president. #ImWithHerNow — Danny Levin (@dannylevin1230) July 29, 2016
Whether the rebranding effort sways fence-sitters come November remains to be seen.
For now, one hypothetical convert appears willing to explore all possible options.
Because my old party has given me an insane Putin want to be. #ImWithHerNow— Steve K (@stevekremenski) July 29, 2016