Hillary Spox Blames Loss On 'The Breitbart Effect'

Chris Menahan
Mar. 30, 2017

Hillary Clinton's former press secretary, Brian Fallon, blamed Hillary's loss on their campaign's failure to account for "the Breitbart effect."

From The Daily Caller:
“One of the realities that I don’t think was truly appreciated by our campaign,” Fallon told a Yale University audience Tuesday, “was just how profound the Breitbart effect was in cultivating a standalone ecosystem in conservative media that very aggressively and successfully promoted certain stories and narratives we had a blind-spot for during the campaign.”
Translation: they were able to get their message out and counter our fake news.
...“We had a lot of policy we were trying to communicate that got overshadowed by whatever Donald Trump tweeted,” sighed Fallon. “The email controversy was the most nagging problem we were presented. If I had to pick one, October 28th, when Jim Comey sent the letter, that was a pretty stark realization how far the winds were blowing in our faces the last ten days.”
Lol, "a lot policy"?

She deliberately avoided policy so as not to alienate anyone. The only policy I can remember her supporting forcefully was horrific, late-term, partial birth abortions.

Her entire campaign message was "I have a vagina" and "I am not Trump."
...“The right has innovated a really good infrastructure that has not only insulated Donald Trump from criticism that should be driving his numbers down, but has brought the conversation to the right,” says Fallon.

“Politics coverage is increasingly mimicking sports coverage when you see these huge panels assessing debate performance on election night, sometimes even called ‘the game day sets,’” Fallon explained. “There was too much punditry on Twitter on Friday over who was going to take the blame for the health-care bill.”
Incidentally, TheDC says Fallon "is now a paid CNN pundit."

I'm sure he'll fit right in.

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