Just when you thought the left couldn’t get anymore triggered, the Trump campaign took a massive ad buy from YouTube and will now reach more people during the Democratic Debates on the platform than the debates themselves.
President Trump’s reelection campaign has bought YouTube’s “masthead” for Wednesday, which is a new school term for main banner. If you’re not web savvy that means the banner on the main page top center.
The Democratic debates of course start on Wednesday. It’s just more of Brad Parscale and his team kicking the teeth down the throat of the failing DNC.
What does this mean? It means that anyone going to YouTube will have to see a Pro Trump banner all day and night on Wednesday June 27th.
It’s costly, but effective.
“It’s one of the highest impact digital ad placements possible,” Daniel Scarvalone, Senior Director of Research and Data at Democratic communications and strategy firm bully pulpit interactive stated in an email according to Vox.com
According to the experts, the Trump campaign spent somewhere between $500,000 and $1,000,000 for the ad.
Liberals across the country within the past hour are absolutely triggered over this news. Citing “Your average voter isn’t a Trump supporter” and “This won’t sway support for him.”
Keep in mind, these are the same people that said Hillary Clinton had a 98% chance of winning in 2016, so they’re very knowledgeable on the subject. Yes, that was sarcasm.