Not Now, Not Ever

Not Now, Not Ever

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Hillary Dispatching Her Flying Monkeys On Line.

Go ahead and bring that fucking shit right the fuck here, right the fuck now.
I would love nothing better than to metaphorically eviscerate some paid fucking lackeys trying to defend that lawless bitch. I will say up front that they are taking an ass beating on line obviously and it's some desperate shit they are having to resort to with this crap.
The best part is that they are pissing money into the wind with it.




If You Criticize Hillary Online Be Prepared to Confront One of Her Paid Trolls



A PAC that supports Hillary Clinton is preparing to launch an online campaign to fight people who criticize her. This is part of the ongoing Democratic strategy to stifle free speech and harass critics.

The Los Angeles Times reports:

Be nice to Hillary Clinton online — or risk a confrontation with her super PAC

When the Internet’s legions of Hillary hecklers steal away to chat rooms and Facebook pages to vent grievances about Clinton, express revulsion toward Clinton and launch attacks on Clinton, they now may find themselves in a surprising place – confronted by a multimillion dollar super PAC working with Clinton.

Hillary Clinton’s well-heeled backers have opened a new frontier in digital campaigning, one that seems to have been inspired by some of the Internet’s worst instincts. Correct the Record, a super PAC coordinating with Clinton’s campaign, is spending some $1 million to find and confront social media users who post unflattering messages about the Democratic front-runner.

In effect, the effort aims to spend a large sum of money to increase the amount of trolling that already exists online.

The plan comes as Clinton operatives grapple with the reality that her supporters just aren’t as engaged and aggressive online as are her detractors inside and outside the Democratic Party.

The lack of engagement is one of Clinton’s bigger tactical vulnerabilities, particularly when compared with rivals like Donald Trump, whose viral social media attacks are legion, and Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is backed by a passionate army of media-savvy millennials.

Some experts on digital campaigns think the idea of launching a paid army of “former reporters, bloggers, public affairs specialists, designers” and others to produce online counterattacks is unlikely to prove successful. Others, however, say Clinton has little choice but to try, given the ubiquity of online assaults and the difficulty of squelching even provably untrue narratives once they have taken hold.

At the same time, however, using a super PAC to create a counterweight to movements that have sprung up organically is another reflection of the campaign’s awkwardness with engaging online, digital pros said.

Keep this in mind the next time you’re reading the comments on YouTube or Reddit.





Link found at The Way I See Things.




3 comments :

  1. people have forgotten the write in vote.
    if the bernie sanders backers would start a write in vote movement they could throw her off the rails. payback for stealing the nomination from him.

    i wrote in ron paul.

    spitting in the wind but made me feel righteous!

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  2. This is how the Dems and the Witch act when they're seeking our votes and are out of power. Imagine if she and they win...our liberties will be a dim memory before long.

    Oh, and don't write in someone: vote for Trump. The only message that should be sent to the Witch is to go home and go away. Writing in Bernie or Mickey Mouse, or voting turd party, will only amount to pissing into the wind. It might make someone feel good to protest, but nobody really cares and it doesn't accomplish anything. Heck, all of this "feelings" garbage - vs. actually thinking, you know, with logic and facts - is what has gotten this country to its current sad state.

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  3. Remember, if your own position can't stand scrutiny, and falls apart with a minimal application of logic, then by all means, try to de-legitimatize your opponents.

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