Study: Hillary Clinton Ran One Of The Worst Campaigns In History

TOPSHOT - US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes a concession speech after being defeated by Republican president-elect Donald Trump in New York on November 9, 2016. / AFP / JEWEL SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
Miss CJ

You are probably very well aware that this is NOT news. What is news, however, is that they actually had to do a study to figure this out.

Oh, leftists – never change.

According to a study done by the Wesleyan Media Project, they pinpointed exactly why Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election. And it had everything to do with – wait for it… are you ready for this… prepare yourself… this is HUGE! – the fact that she ran an INCREDIBLY crappy campaign!


Okay, this will be FUN. From the sourcelink –

1) Clinton’s unexpected losses came in states in which she failed to air ads until the last week.
See Figure 4 below, which shows the number of pro-Trump and pro-Clinton ads aired on broadcast television during each week, both overall (top left panel) and in three key states.

There are even fancy charts and everything –

hillary ads

Okay, so she ignored Wisconsin and Michigan and Pennsylvania – all of which ended up going to Trump.

Again, something we already knew.

Though I find this point really funny – the fact that Hillary relied more on people connecting to her on a personal level, rather than bringing up any sort of policy discussion –

hillary personal

So… I guess people really don’t want to vote for their grandma or someone who carries hot sauce in her purse. They actually want to vote for – you know – a PRESIDENT.

Fox News broke the findings down a bit further –

And others chimed in with their own “findings” –

Okay – I laugh at the fact that there needed to be a study on this. But I do have to take into account that so many on the left believed that Queen Hillary could do no wrong. And, if you haven’t noticed, they haven’t been taking the revelation that she’s merely human very well (that’s an understatement). But if studies like this is what it takes – as well as social experiments where they imagine a gender-swapped 2016 Presidential Campaign – then I guess this is how they have to deal with it.

(h/t Twitchy)