Hillary Clinton supporters in Washington, D.C., weren’t exactly pleased to learn about recent analysis that suggests the Democratic presidential candidate paid women 72 cents for each dollar paid to men.
Given Clinton’s position on the so-called "wage gap," several of her supporters appeared to be visibly stunned when Caleb Bonham, editor-in-chief of Campus Reform, informed them of the analysis on the National Mall.
“I don’t even know what to say right now,” one woman replied. “I’m kind of shocked. That makes no sense, that makes no sense — like why…I’m stuck.”
“Woah,” another person responded.
Dubbed the "Hillary Clinton Beauty Pageant," Bonham crowned one “honest and principled young voter” as the winner for her change of heart after learning the new information.
“That makes her hypocritical, and that makes me less likely to vote for her,” the woman said. “It’s like, why are you trying to fight for something, but you’re not doing it. That makes no sense.”
The Washington Free Beacon gathered data directly from Clinton’s official Senate expenditure reports to determine women made $15,708.38 less than the median salary paid to men.
Watch the video via the Centennial Institute below: