Hillary Clinton uses 'posh' dinner gossip story about her and Bill to push Covid-19 vaccine

Hillary was spotted dining out with her husband, former POTUS Bill Clinton, at what was referred to in the media as a 'posh' restaurant

                            Hillary Clinton uses 'posh' dinner gossip story about her and Bill to push Covid-19 vaccine
Hillary Clinton of 'Hillary' speaks during the Hulu segment of the 2020 Winter TCA Press Tour at The Langham Huntington on January 17, 2020, in Pasadena, California (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is being applauded for spinning a media jab at her into a pro-vaccine statement. Recently, the former first lady was photographed by the New York Post dining out with her husband, former POTUS Bill Clinton at what the media house called a "posh" restaurant. Hillary saw the opportunity and seized it as she reshared the original tweet about her dining out, as the many perks of getting vaccinated. 

The New York Post has been noted for its pro-conservative stance and published the news where they photographed the Clintons, with the headline, “Bill and Hillary Clinton spotted at posh NYC restaurant with friends." The photos showed the former Secretary of State using two hands as she grabbed her big glass of white wine and gulped her drink down. Hillary was reportedly waiting at the rather fancy Upper East Side restaurant called Fleming by Le Bilboquet on 62nd Street near Madison Avenue for her husband, and some pals, who also included rocker Sting’s wife, Trudie Styler.


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Daily Mail reports that the 73-year-old former Democratic presidential nominee arrived at the eatery with a team of Secret Service protection around 6:30 pm. Hillary waited shortly before her ex-president husband showed up, and the couple took selfies with fans before sitting down at the table. The former president was clad in a blue suit and a checkered button-down shirt without a tie. Clinton herself was dressed in a three-quarter length striped coat.

The New York Post published news of the couple's outing with several photos from their dinner. A tweet containing the caption “Bill and Hillary Clinton spotted at posh NYC restaurant with friends,” also went up on their official Twitter account. Although the photos showing the Clintons with their dinner pals were present in the tweet as well, it managed to get less than 200 retweets. But then Hillary weaved her magic and shared a screenshot of New York Post's tweet sharing the photos, and posted it with the caption: “Get vaccinated. Then get a glass of wine with your friends." The caption included the wine glass emoji, but no link for the New York Post. And Hillary garnered thousands of replies and retweets, and her fair share of likes.


But amid the plethora of comments under her sassy response to the article, there were many who asked Hillary to not dump her opinion of the vaccine on them. Replying to Hillary's tweet, one person wrote "Or... Make your own decisions based on your risk profile, your risk tolerance, your dreams, hopes, & goals. Only you are equipped to decide what is best for you. No celebrity, no politician, no beurucrat, knows your situation in enough to detail to advise/make a decision for you."

Another asked, "I just want to know why you’d take a 'vaccine' that’s experimental with no human testing, for something that’s 99.7% survivable naturally? And it doesn’t prevent you from catching it if exposed. Masks also say on packaging it won’t prevent catching it too!"