Hillary Clinton was booed, heckled, and called a number of obscene names by protestors before giving a recent speech on behalf of her fellow Democrats. The incident took place just hours after she addressed the bombshell accusations that she allegedly spied on former President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
In photos and videos obtained by Daily Mail, Clinton was met by the angry protestors on Thursday upon her arrival to the Times Square Sheraton Hotel, the place in which she was staying ahead of her headline address at the New York Democratic Committee's nominating convention the same day.
While the 74-year-old former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential candidate was walking from her ride into the hotel, she was met by a contentious crowd that called her names such as “b---h,” “w---e,” and “criminal.”
The protestors were there not only to protest the former first lady but also to protest in opposition to the current NY vaccine mandates currently in place in both the city and state as a whole.
The angry protests against Clinton occurred just one day after she shot down rumors that she hired people to spy on Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
“Trump & Fox are desperately spinning up a fake scandal to distract from his real ones. So it's a day that ends in Y,” she wrote in a tweet Wednesday. “The more his misdeeds are exposed, the more they lie.”
“For those interested in reality, here's a good debunking of their latest nonsense,” she added before linking to an article disputing the claims.
But Clinton’s comments regarding the newest allegations didn’t end there. She also addressed the allegations once again during her headline address at the Democratic convention.
“It's funny, the more trouble Trump gets into the wilder the charges and conspiracies about me seem to get,” she said in what some are calling a comeback speech just before introducing NY Governor Kathy Hochul.
“Fox leads the charge with accusations against me counting on audience to fall for it again,” she added before the governor took the stage.