Hillary Clinton in Williamson, Wv.

This is just a mere opinion of mine about Hillary Clinton’s visitation to the small town in the state of West Virginia here in the United States of America calls Williamson or Williamson Town as the residences of Williamson in West Virginia calls it. It has a very small numbers of population in Williamson, Wv although these aren’t accurate because in the statistic it only counts the house owners without counting the people who lives under the owner’s roof such as their family like children, husband, wife and or some homeowners allows their friends to live with them in that area. I know this is a bit late of news because obviously by now I am sure that many people have heard about what happened in Williamson, Wv when one of the democrat presidential candidates Hillary Clinton paid a visit in Williamson, Wv at the place calls Wellness Center and apparently the major of the people in Williamson Town is against Hillary Clinton so they made a very rude welcome for her which is somewhat sends a bad outlook for the people of Williamson, Wv in my opinion. Now most of the people in Williamson, Wv protested against Hillary Clinton when she came to the Wellness Center including what some people call “King of The Coal” and that would be Don Blankenship who is sentenced to be in prison on several charges although the irony thing is that Don Blankenship is known for the murderer of coal miners. Many of the Williamson, Wv resides rallied saying “We Want Donald Trump” when Hillary Clinton came to visit, while of course every single person have the rights to vote for whoever they want to run the United States of America as president but what they don’t realize is that Williamson, Wv is a place that Donald Trump would not visit and Hillary Clinton was the only one who was more than happy to do so.

Eastern Kentucky by New York Times.

Last year on June 26, 2014 New York Times have written an article with the title that says “What’s the Matter With Eastern Kentucky?” has been discovered by some Facebook users which I am a bit surprised because of the article was written over a year ago and it shows that not many residents in Eastern Kentucky reads New York Times as New York Times is in the top 10 most popular news media outlet especially with their New York Times blog since millions of people have gone digital as opposed to buying the materials which are the newspaper or magazines paperback. Ever since some Facebook users who happens to be Eastern Kentucky residents who discovered the “What’s the Matter With Eastern Kentucky?” article on New York Times website (NYTimes.com) then shared the article to their Facebook wall post which ended up getting more attention than it did last year as there were no Eastern Kentucky residents at that time shared the article on the day they wrote it and ever since it was shared it bring in mixed responses especially in the comments section over at Facebook about “What’s the Matter With Eastern Kentucky?” article written by one of New York Times writer/blogger.