Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, shown at a town hall in Columbia, S.C., on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016, elicits Internet pity of late. His most-shared clips recently have been the moment when he told a New Hampshire audience to “Please clap”and a video labeled “Jeb hug - sad times” in which he enthusiastically embraced a supporter who said he “might” vote for him. This week, the Internet rediscovered that jebbush.com redirects users to Donald Trump’s website.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, shown at a town hall in Columbia, S.C., on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016, elicits Internet pity of late. His most-shared clips recently have been the moment when he told a New Hampshire audience to “Please clap”and a video labeled “Jeb hug - sad times” in which he enthusiastically embraced a supporter who said he “might” vote for him. This week, the Internet rediscovered that jebbush.com redirects users to Donald Trump’s website. Andrew Harnik AP
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, shown at a town hall in Columbia, S.C., on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016, elicits Internet pity of late. His most-shared clips recently have been the moment when he told a New Hampshire audience to “Please clap”and a video labeled “Jeb hug - sad times” in which he enthusiastically embraced a supporter who said he “might” vote for him. This week, the Internet rediscovered that jebbush.com redirects users to Donald Trump’s website. Andrew Harnik AP

The Internet has a new hobby: trolling campaign websites

February 19, 2016 01:23 PM