Family Uses Obituary Of Loved One To Tell People Not To Vote For Hillary Clinton

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Apparently hate for Hillary Clinton has absolutely no boundaries…

In Cabarrus County, North Carolina, the family of Larry Darrell Upright, who passed away recently at the age of 81, and decided to use his obituary as the perfect place to spread a political message.

Apparently, Upright was no fan of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and did not want her to become president. His family took this hatred of Clinton to heart and knew this is exactly how they’d like their dearly departed to be remembered nationwide.

The family wrote in his obituary:

“In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Shriners Hospital for Children.”

Well, that’s nice. Of course, they could’ve stopped there, but no… they continued:

“Also, the family respectfully asks that you do not vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. R.I.P. Granddaddy.”

Well, at least they threw in “R.I.P. Granddaddy” at the end. Nothing like politicizing dear old Granddaddy’s death. Who knows, maybe it’s how he wanted to be remembered.

via Independent Journal

“Respectfully asks” — I’m sorry, “respect” went out the window when this was written in an obituary.

People are following through the request too. In the online guest book one person wrote:

“Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. We promise not to vote for Hillary.”

Another wrote:

“God Bless. We would not vote for Hillary if she was the only one running.”

Yes, God Bless. Truly.

This person who doesn’t even know the family wrote:

“I am a stranger and I do not know you or your departed. However, I saw the obit and wanted to express my condolences and to let you know that your sense of humor is wonderful. Please know that we will not be voting for Hillary. Blessings to you and your family.”

Yeah, it’s HILARIOUS to politicize a family member’s death.

If this is meant to be funny, this family, quite literally, has a morbid sense of humor.

Everyone has the right to dislike Hillary Clinton or any candidate as much as they want, but now this grandfather will be remembered like this forever.

 

Reprinted with permission from Addicting Info