The 13 best ways to support Hillary Clinton online without getting trashed

The 13 best ways to support Hillary Clinton online without getting trashed. And while posting on social media has always been a risk, for many Clinton supporters, this election cycle has been a particular obstacle. POOLEY/Getty Images If you do choose to endorse her publicly, exercise caution. If you must post a positive Hillary Clinton article on Facebook, make sure you like all of the unproven conspiracy theories posted in the comments section. But if you have interest in preserving the friendship, you have no social media choice but to like it (and perhaps follow up with: "Thanks for the share!" Hillary Clinton is coming to take away all your guns? Set up a secret Hillary Clinton supporters group. Anytime your friends ask you who you're voting for, respond with "Sigh. Don't support her publicly. Image: bruce gilkas/getty A vote for Trump is a vote against Hamilton.

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Hillary Clinton is potentially poised to become the first female
president of the United States tomorrow — but that doesn’t mean
it’s cool to like her or anything.

Posting on Facebook is always a dangerous challenge: say the
wrong thing, and watch as the hidden trolls in your Facebook family
pop up on your pristine wall. And while posting on social media has
always been a risk, for many Clinton supporters, this election
cycle has been a particular obstacle. Those who have posted have

lost friendships
with random strangers on Facebook, and
jeopardized relationships with beloved egg avatars.

So how do you make your opinion known on social media without
having it drastically affect your social life? If you’re a Hillary
supporter, and you’re thinking about endorsing her on Facebook,
please consult our style guide first.

1. Don’t do it.

In lieu of posting an endorsement, consider sharing a story that
everyone can like: perhaps a feel-good story about an earthworm who
found a home, or a small town tap-dancing cat who made it to
Broadway.

2. If you do choose to endorse her, refer to her exclusively
as “the better of two evils.”

Image: J.D. POOLEY/Getty Images

If you do choose to endorse her publicly, exercise caution. Do
not reference her
immigration reform plan
that she plans to pass during her first
100 days in office, or her work as Secretary or State. She is a “tragic alternative,” nothing more, nothing less.

3. If you must post a positive Hillary Clinton article on
Facebook, make sure you like all of the unproven conspiracy
theories posted in the comments section.

Your friend shares some 10-year-old incomprehensible YouTube
video on…

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