Hillary Clinton’s “What Happened” weighed in at just over 500 pages, but the failed 2016 candidate must be busy adding chapters for the second edition to explain in even more detail why she lost.

A new study suggests that Twitter bots “may have slightly swayed” the 2016 election, as well as the U.K.’s Brexit vote.

The Hill reports:

Automated Twitter accounts may have slightly swayed the results of the elections for president and over whether the United Kingdom should leave the European Union enough to change their outcomes, the authors of a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper published this month argue.

“Overall, our results suggest that the aggressive use of Twitter bots, coupled with the fragmentation of social media and the role of sentiment, could contribute to the vote outcomes,” wrote the authors of the paper, researchers at the University of California at Berkeley and the United Kingdom’s Swansea University.

“Could contribute to the vote outcomes.” That and those Russian-funded Facebook memes of a horned Hillary Clinton getting ready to take on Jesus Christ in a boxing match obviously are what tipped the election to Trump.

Wait … last we checked, Hillary lost because white women voted for Trump because their husbands, male bosses, and sons told them to.


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