This election season has been painful on many fronts, for everyone on every side of the political spectrum. There has been a renewed focus on the “youth vote,” which has seen candidates like Bernie Sanders mobilize young people and, like we’ve seen when there is a focus on young people prior, end up kinda disappointed with the results. So while chances of seeing another Obama-esque movement seems slim, the candidates are still doing whatever they can to appeal to a broad range of voters, including those youthful ones.
The latest attempt to seem “hip” and “young” comes from Hillary Clinton, who looks to be marching to a Democratic nomination where she’ll most likely be running against Donald Trump for the title of President of the United States. According to People, Hillary Clinton was given a shout-out by Jennifer Lopez in her latest video, “Ain’t Your Mama.” The presidential hopeful took to Twitter to return the favor.
See, you can tell that it came from Hillary because she signed it “H” at the end. That’s how you can tell that it didn’t come from an underpaid (or volunteer) staffer who actually follows pop culture and from the Big Hill herself. How do we know this? Because that is Twitter protocol for older famous people who want us to know that they are real, much like Hulk Hogan. In fact, Hillary is one H away from being Hulk Hogan.
Note how Hulk Hogan signs the tweets that he, and not some pencil-necked dweeb, sent out with the HH? See, this tweet wasn’t from Hulk Hogan, presumably, because it didn’t have the HH seal of approval. In the same vein, this #HillaryTweet about Donald Trump doesn’t seem to be from Hurricane Hill at all.
While this tweet was absolutely from the Hulkster himself, although questions do arise that if Terry Bollea and Hulk Hogan are different people, as we found out in the Gawker trial, does Terry Bollea have a Twitter account? Is he actually Hillary Clinton? I’m not even sure anymore.