Anti-Hillary Clinton street art appears in Brooklyn featuring phrase 'Don't Say Secretive'

Anti-Hillary Clinton street art emerged in Brooklyn just ahead of Clinton's presidential candidacy announcement on Sunday.
The signs feature portraits of Clinton with phrases including 'Dont Say Secretive', 'Don't Say Entitled' and 'Don't Say Ambitious'.
The street art appears to be a riff on a group of Clinton supporters who said that said it would be on the look out for evidence of sexism in reporting about the Democratic politician, according to the Weekly Standard.
Last month, the New York Times' Amy Chozick brought attention to the efforts made by the group, which goes by the name of 'HRC Super Volunteers'.
The posters are said to have appeared in Brooklyn on Saturday night near her campaign's new headquarters in the borough, where staffers began working on Friday.
It is not known who created or posted the Brooklyn street art.
Following Clinton's announcement on Sunday, a hashtag on Twitter also began trending called #WhyImNotVotingForHillary.
A wave of users began using the hashtag giving their reasons for why they would not be voting for the Democratic candidate.
The Hillary Clinton campaign had it removed, that's right Hillary Clinton's campaign can delete the #1 hashtag in America for a cost of money.
'I'm proud that people helped me make a statement, I can say I've been causing Hillary problems since day one of her campaign. How many people can say they started the #1 hashtag in the USA and had it deleted by Hillary herself?'

Clinton made her presidential campaign announcement on Sunday afternoon leaning on a message of middle-class rescue and claims that America's economy is 'still stacked in favor of those at the top,' according to the campaign video.
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