Star Wars – the tale of 2 kids whose mom died cuz a Senator & a religious fanatic decided domestic violence & depression weren't treatable.
— IntelligencePr0nStar (@ZeddRebel) May 4, 2017
Hillary Clinton to launch 'resistance' PAC aimed at funding groups that are standing up to Trump https://t.co/F1w9eE4DoL
— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) May 4, 2017
… “I’m now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance,” Clinton said in her sit-down with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. At other events she has heralded the work of small organizations that have grown in response to Trump.
“Activism is more important than ever, and it’s working, from the women’s marches across the country and around the globe to helping to bring down the Republicans’ terrible health care bill,” Clinton said earlier this year in Texas. “But we have to keep going.”
The organization — Onward Together, an homage to her campaign slogan — will look to identify groups that could benefit from outside funding. Clinton will act as the connector, said one source, bringing donors to these groups and helping raise money for them, too…
The group will have a small staff, including the few aides that are still working with Clinton day-to-day, but the former secretary of state is in the process of finding a board of directors. Dennis Cheng, Clinton’s campaign finance director and longtime fundraiser, and Judith McHale, the former secretary of state’s deputy at the State Department, are both currently working with Clinton on the project…
A number of top colleges have reached out to Clinton about using them as a venue for her future advocacy, said people who have talked to the former Democratic nominee. While a decision is far from imminent, Clinton did spend time earlier this month at both Wellesley College, her alma mater, and Harvard University, where she sat for an extended interview for the American Secretaries of State Project.
Clinton has also made clear at a series of events that she is not done with political life and hopes to help Democrats win back the House and Senate in 2018.
Aides and advisers say she is not going to run for president again, but doesn’t want to be silent in the coming years.
Some will say that she should’ve taken a vow of poverty and gone from rural enclave to rust belt town, letting Trump voters throw rocks at her… but I prefer that she keep fighting.