U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s latest ad campaign is so outrageously offensive, we were clicking our way to report it as abusive content to Facebook before we even realized it was our own senator’s post.
The Cringe Factor 10 photo is certainly an attention grabber, targeting the most despicable people on the planet, or radicalized liberals who believe this crap, we’re not sure which.
But wait, there’s more social media memes that are just as offensive, Bennet says. Just click on his ad and go to his book’s promotional page where the photos will flash across your screen quicker than you can read.
It’s the most bizarre book promotion/presidential campaign ad in the history of mankind. That’s right, Bennet has written a book about these pictures. Or it’s a picture book, we’re not sure which.
For as little as $1, his supporters can send a copy of the “book,” which looks more like a pamphlet, to U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Bennet is apparently mad at McConnell because a vote wasn’t taken on some unnamed bill he insists is required to save the universe from horrible pictures — like the ones Bennet is splattering across social media.
Democrats are really grasping at straws if they think this social media cost Hillary Clinton the election.
Bennet’s featured photo had a minuscule reach of maybe 50 people, until Bennet spread it further in this Facebook campaign, and the original message with the photo was to stop racism.
It’s a pretty far reach to suggest these photos turned voters against Hillary, including this one Bennet features:
Or this one:
Mixing a book promotion that targets Mitch McConnell has nothing to do with running for president against Donald Trump.
It’s all just so weird and twisted, we’re not sure what to make of it.
John Hickenlooper just went down as the weakest presidential candidate of the 2020 cycle, and it looks like Bennet is right behind him with the most offensive campaign of this election.