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This undecided voter may have finally made up his mind

Suddenly it all clicked into place.


Miles Klee

Internet Culture

The voters asking questions during the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, were selected because they’re undecided.

I know what you’re thinking: How could anyone not know who they’re voting for? On the other hand, it seems that maybe—just maybe—seeing Trump speak IRL helped this guy make up his mind.

See you (and your death stare) at the ballot box, dude.

Update 2:31pm, Oct. 14: Yep, this guy sure figured out who to vote for. BuzzFeed reports that our fed-up hero is 55-year-old Earlest Johnson, a former Bernie Sanders booster who now supports Hillary Clinton for president. Calling Trump’s body language “creepy” and his appeals to African-Americans “offensive,” he also admitted he “didn’t do a good job concealing his displeasure” during the debate.

And honestly, bless him for that.

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