Hillary Clinton tweeted something that got me confused today.

She wrote, "The party of "Freedom Fries" would like you to know that "cancel culture" is a very serious problem."

And I'm over here like.... huh? I just want fries now and that's my biggest concern.

Freedom fries was a thing back in 2003. Wikipedia has it listed as this:

Freedom fries was a politically motivated renaming for French fries in the United States. The term was created in February 2003 in a North Carolina restaurant, and was widely publicized a month later when the then Republican Chairman of the Committee on House Administration, Bob Ney, renamed the menu item in three Congressional cafeterias. The political renaming occurred in context of France's opposition to the proposed invasion of Iraq. Although some restaurants around the nation followed the renaming, the term became unpopular, in part due to declining support for the Iraq War. Following Ney's resignation as Chairman in 2006, the change in congressional cafeterias was reverted.

So that was basically motivated by something totally different than cancel culture.

That was like a military induced way to say "screw you" to France because they refused to support the Iraq War.

I guess you could say we canceled France, but it was reverted once the Republican Ney resigned.

In regards to Clinton's statement about cancel culture being a problem - well, that's because it is a problem.

People are literally obsessed with canceling each other and it's the dumbest thing we have going for us.

Don't cancel anything or anyone. Let everyone do their own thing and if you don't like something, then don't buy it, don't watch it, don't do anything with it. Just leave it be and mind your own business.

I guess that's just too hard for us to do these days.

How did people react to Hillary Clinton's freedom fries tweet? Well, just as you might have expected...