While it was Republican candidates who announced the suspension of their candidacies following the Indiana primary, hundreds took to Twitter to call for another candidate to drop out — Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton.
Clinton lost to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by more than 5 percentage points in the Hoosier State Tuesday night, but she did receive at least 38 delegates compared to the 44 Sanders received. Still, many Democrats took to Twitter, using the #DropOutHillary hashtag, to not only proclaim that they "feel the Bern" but also to demand that Clinton get out of the race.
#DropOutHillary because I refuse to support a criminal that believes they've done nothing wrong. We know the truth.— Mickey D (@Mickey D)1462377791.0
#DropOutHillary - we don't need another corrupt politician fighting for the top 0.1% https://t.co/oJTzoVRc0X— Ian56 (@Ian56)1462376763.0
#DropOutHillary we need a candidate that will nominate the right judges to the supreme court for the people not the corporations. #Bernie— Garcia Millennial 🌹 (@Garcia Millennial 🌹)1462375927.0
You are disliked by 63% of potential voters. Your favorability rating is worse than Darth Vaders! #DropOutHillary— Kirra Littleton (@Kirra Littleton)1462375657.0
140 Character Far Too Few to Cover all the #DropOutHillary Reasons... https://t.co/ZtfZofdg6B— Terry Kinder (@Terry Kinder)1462372725.0
#DropOutHillary You can't buy this election.— WomenForSurvival🌵 #StayHome or #MaskUp! (@WomenForSurvival🌵 #StayHome or #MaskUp!)1462369178.0
No, it has everything to do with her racist, imperialist, dishonest, corporate, neoliberal policies. #DropOutHillary https://t.co/bzlX1aVbUc— cindy (@cindy)1462381247.0
Even an Anonymous Twitter account seemed to take part in the hashtag.
Clinton leads Sanders nationally by nearly 5 points, according to Real Clear Politics' aggregated polling data.
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