In American politics, because of the two-party system, you have to choose between the lesser of two evils. Has Secretary Clinton done some really shitty stuff? Yes. As President, will she continue to do some really shitty stuff that you disagree with sometimes? Yes.
But not voting for her because of that is not a statement. Voting for an obscure third-party candidate or abstention from voting at all is not a radical protest against the system or a candidate you don’t 100% agree with: it’s GIVING VOTES TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY -in this case, a candidate, probably a white guy, who, I can assure you, will be pro-gun, anti-choice, anti-gay, racist, and sexist.
I’m as leftist as the next person, and I’m critical of her too. Should the two-party system be changed? Probably. Should a Republican win the election because Hillary is too neo-liberal or hawkish? NO.
Call Hillary out, but know this: by not voting for her, you’re setting up a Republican victory. And that’s not okay.