GQ recently published a list of "The Least Influential People of 2016," and listed among more than a dozen other people was none other than Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Even with a left-leaning bias explicitly stated, GQ decided Clinton made the cut based on her ineffective 2016 presidential campaign. Writer Drew Magary admitted, "I hate putting her here, given that liberals turned on her like pit vipers the moment she conceded, and given that nearly three million more people voted for her than her opponent, and given that Russia deliberately hijacked the election cycle."
He went on to explain his rationale: "When you lose an election to Donald Trump, you belong on this list. How do you f*** that up??"
"Would it have killed you to visit Wisconsin, Hillary? I know it's full of fat people and bad pretzels, but sometimes you gotta come out of your fundraising hole and kiss some babies," Magary wrote, clearly incensed that Clinton lost the state, one that had not voted for a Republican president since Ronald Reagan won in 1984.
He concluded, "I'll never get over it. I'll be 80 and on my deathbed and my kids will be around me and I'll beckon them closer and, in my final moments, I will whisper these words like a secret: "I can't believe she lost to that asshole."
Other names on the "anger-fueled" list included Anthony Weiner, Taylor Swift and God.