— neontaster (@neontaster) November 14, 2016
Not enough millennials who voted for Barack Obama went for Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s election, and NPR examines how that could be in spite of Clinton’s not-so-secret weapons:
Despite Beyoncé and Katy Perry concerts, Obama's millennial coalition just didn't turn out for Hillary Clinton https://t.co/fvypO0g2jm
— NPR (@NPR) November 14, 2016
Absolutely flabbergasting. If Millennials won't respond to Beyonce and Katy Perry, there is no hope for my generation. https://t.co/q86XYLqun2
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) November 14, 2016
Right? Humanity is doomed!
If I were a millennial, I'd be insulted by the insinuations here https://t.co/1FmsiQCcyT
— Election O'Fishal (@somethingfishie) November 14, 2016
@NPR Whose idea was it anyway that people needed celebrities to tell them who to vote for?
— Wealthy Socialist (@RussianCarousel) November 14, 2016
Breaking news from mournful government media:
Corrupt Grandma's glitzy bread and circuses for millenials didn't secure victory. https://t.co/ji151wvcrs
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) November 14, 2016
@NPR cause real people could not care less what Beyoncé, Katy Perry and lady Gaga think. We can think for ourselves.
— red (@kotuzak) November 14, 2016
I guess recruiting pop princesses and engineering social unrest aren't a winning formula after all. https://t.co/XfHMjkIXmV
— Bohemio (@El__Bohemio) November 14, 2016
This is like an Onion headline. https://t.co/lqV7HVENsa
— Trey Bechtold (@TreyBechtold) November 14, 2016
Can we defund this waste of space too? https://t.co/65GPiENyyr
— Deplorable Allen (@Allen_Zaibatsu) November 14, 2016