Hillary’s ‘secret weapon’ to win millennials? ManBearPig

By Ryan Girdusky |
October 5, 2016

(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

When Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff met to discuss using algorithms to win over millennials, the former Secretary of State must have heard Al Gore rhythms.

In her absolute desperation to win over millennials, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell reported that Clinton has convinced Gore to campaign for her.

For those of you who don’t remember, Gore was Bill’s vice president and ran unsuccessfully for the presidency in 2000. He was known as the “Tennessee robot”, and then went on to lie in a documentary about how the polar ice caps would be completely melted by 2014 — they still have ice if anyone was wondering.

The average millennial was nine years old when Gore lost to George W. Bush in 2000, and 15 when his movie An Inconvenient Truth was released in theaters. That was the same year that JoJo had her last song on the Billboard charts and Taylor Hicks was that year’s winner on American Idol.

Millennials’ best reference to Gore as a conspiracy theorist hunting for ManBearPig in South Park, and incessantly warned everyone about a fictional animal.

If only Clinton could get Kanye West to join Gore, they could have a ManBearPig-Gay Fish rally in support of the Democratic nominee. A reference like that is probably the only way they’ll appeal to millennials.

If Bernie Sanders couldn’t win over millennials, how do they think Gore will have an impact?

Clinton’s problem stems from the fact that both Barack Obama and Sanders bashed her as an opportunistic liar who was unfit for the presidency in 2008 and 2016. She responded by slamming their supporters and calling millennials “basement dwellers.”

Now in the final hours, everyone is supposed to hold hands and pretend like they all get along. If anyone thinks that millennials will buy that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.

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