The power of images turned against the Democrats

A new ad for the November elections is playing hardball with the Dems, utilizing the power of images very skillfully.



I have no idea who made the ad.  These days, thanks to the democratizing nature of the internet and cheap computing power, it could be a lone individual who put it together. The Democrats have relied for two generations on their near-monopoly of the media elites to stigmatize Republicans and conservatives. That monopoly is no more, and they are geting larger and larger doses of their own medicine.

At 3 minutes 11 seconds, it is too long for a TV ad buy. But viral distribution can make this happen in a big way.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman
A new ad for the November elections is playing hardball with the Dems, utilizing the power of images very skillfully.



I have no idea who made the ad.  These days, thanks to the democratizing nature of the internet and cheap computing power, it could be a lone individual who put it together. The Democrats have relied for two generations on their near-monopoly of the media elites to stigmatize Republicans and conservatives. That monopoly is no more, and they are geting larger and larger doses of their own medicine.

At 3 minutes 11 seconds, it is too long for a TV ad buy. But viral distribution can make this happen in a big way.

Hat tip: Clarice Feldman

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