Chillary wants you to know everything is cool
There are few things more cringeworthy than watching stiff-shirted, scripted folks attempting charisma. But that’s exactly what happened in Hillary Clinton’s latest social media soirée.
Long gone are the days when parents struggled to figure out how to rewind a video tape… now we have smart phones.
Snapchat is a social media sharing site that allows users to send pictures and videos to one another. Because the political world insists on invading every thing good and pure in this world, it too has spread its poisonous reach into the realm of Snapchat.
Monday, Mrs. Clinton shared the following video:
Hillary wasn’t the first Democratic Presidential contender to Snapchat though. Bernie Sanders sent his first snapchat Friday.
— Jacqueline Alemany (@JaxAlemany) July 17, 2015
Sanders’s press team told Re/code a Snapchat representative in Cedar Rapids met with Sanders, took the picture and added it to Snapchat’s public story for the election. The Sanders team is considering whether they want to create a Snapchat account for the Senator’s social media strategy. According to Snapchat, neither Clinton nor Bush has created their own accounts yet so their pictures and video were submitted by their staffers or users on the campaign trail. Scott Walker, on the other hand, does have his own account.
Personally, I like Jay Caruso’s rendition better:
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