The Hillary narrative: allow herself to reintroduce… herself

Hillary Clinton Reintroduces Herself

The mainstream media is predictable. They are manipulated in ways that allow the Democrats to establish their narratives on demand and without critical discourse. For Hillary Clinton, the narrative for months has been that she needs to “reintroduce herself” to the general population despite being in the public eye for over two decades.

As the Washington Free Beacon noticed, this narrative is still being played out today and has been infused into the public consciousness for months.

Why is this important? What is driving the campaign, the DNC, and mainstream media to play this as their constant narrative? It’s because the Hillary Clinton we all already know is not the most likable or trustworthy person. The concept of reintroduction is a powerful one when applied to the propaganda concepts of public perception control. It signals a change. It tells us that we need to pay attention as if we missed something the first time. Even if we don’t believe we missed something over the last two decades, we’ll still tune in to prove our points.

It’s the ultimate buzzword to use when public perception fatigue has set in. The American people have grown sick of hearing from or about Hillary Clinton, so the narrative was spun that she needs to be heard because something is different and hopefully better.

In marketing, propaganda, and mind control, words like “new” and “improved” are powerful tools for framing a message. Hillary Clinton is hoping people won’t notice she’s the same Hillary Clinton that she’s always been.

Scarlett Madison

+Scarlett Madison is a mom and a friend. She blogs for a living but really prefers to read more than write. Find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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