As new scandals come to light during the closing weeks of the 2016 US Presidential Election, pockets of the ‘T-Shirt’ Protests currently taking place in Europe have shifted focus to previous controversies. This week, members of the ‘Either Way…’ movement (as Donald Trump did at the ‘Town Hall’ debate) have put heavy focus on Bill Clinton’s previous controversy with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which occurred almost 20 years ago.
The ‘Either Way…’ Movement began as a lengthy discussion in a private online discussion group, frequented by fans of ‘PoliticalFunny.org’, which is now known for igniting the ‘Either Way…’ T-Shirt campaign. In recent weeks, the movement has shifted from the online environment and spilled into the streets of major European cities; London, Paris and Amsterdam.
The article reporting and updating the progress of the ‘Either Way…’ movement and controversy can be found at The Daily Moss.
With the Trump campaign slipping by using the ‘playing the woman card’ critique, a quick-thinking and clever counter by the Clinton staff gave rise to ‘The Woman Card’, which consequently raised in excess of $2,000,000+ for the Clinton presidential campaign… this, however, was not enough to silence critics who were quick to mention her husband, former President Bill Clinton’s impropriety and the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
One such critic included former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who stated:
“After being married to Bill Clinton for 20 years, if you didn’t know the moment Monica Lewinsky said that Bill Clinton violated her that she was telling the truth, then you’re too stupid to be president.”
At the ‘T-Shirt’ Protests, some demonstrators were seen holding signs with Miss Lewinsky’s visage and referencing Trump’s quotes following the second debate… as well as the now infamous ‘Either Way…’ T-Shirts and Hoodies.
Founder of PoliticalFunny.org, when asked about this angle of protest, previously said:
“The entire point of what we’re doing here is to fully exercise Freedom of Speech, even from across the pond. Some things people say can be considered mean, where others will find it funny just as easily.”
The third and final US Presidential Debate of 2016 can be viewed on all major stations and streamed online Wednesday 19th October. For more on the ‘Either Way…’ Movement and examples of the controversial T-Shirts gaining rapid popularity can be seen at politicalfunny.org
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