An image of a roomful of young people turning their backs on Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton pretty much sums up the state of American politics in 2016.
The photograph, taken in Orlando, Florida, by Clinton campaign photographer Barbara Kinney, captured a roomful of supporters — the “Selfies Generation” — with their backs toward the candidate in an attempt to take the perfect selfie with her, The Independent’s Indy 100 reported.
Needless to say, the image was a hit on social media… for all the wrong reasons.
— Brett Anders (@RubberBAnders) September 26, 2016
The selfies generation: https://t.co/Gfa5dcF30b
— Angela M. Lee (@angelamlee) September 26, 2016
— Ashton (((Elijah))) (@ashtonpittman) September 25, 2016
My three favourite things in one photo. Selfies, Narcissism & Hillary Clinton. Excuse me while I go and puke. pic.twitter.com/0bOlzVYlpf
— Voted for Brexit ❎ (@brexittruths) September 26, 2016
— Karla Barbosa (@ThePRdiary) September 27, 2016
— williambanzai7 (@williambanzai7) September 26, 2016
Does anyone believe that Hillary actually met and spoke with any “little people?” She charges $5,000 for selfies at her $50,000 fundraisers.
— EverymanConservative (@EverymanVoice) September 27, 2016
Hillary deletes more emails than girls delete selfies trying to find a good one
— Tyler (@tylerletcher) September 27, 2016
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