Hillary Clinton has an image problem. Consistently, polls indicate that voters find something “off” about her. She consistently polls as “untrustworthy” and self-interested and it’s easy to see why; her interactions are very insincere.
When working within the bounds of softball questions and adoring fans, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate does just fine. She offers her canned talking points and phrases that are designed to sound impromptu and genuine.
When she’s thrown a curveball, however, she goes to pieces.
Her dialogues with her audiences reek of an awkward reliance upon prepared phrases. Like a robot, she seems programmed with no more than 12 phrases that can be uttered when she is offered the proper prompt.
While it’s expected that all politicians must rely upon talking points from time to time, most do not struggle with impromptu conversation as much as Clinton does.
While it is not abnormal for a candidate to ask the audience to “join” them in their collective effort to transform America, it is unusual to repeat this mantra over and over again.
Evidently, Clinton really wants you to “join her” in her lackluster campaign.
The Washington Free Beacon has created a video emphasizing Clinton’s fervor for her plea to join her in her efforts. It’s slightly painful to watch but, at the same time, oh-so-satisfying.